PBOC’s Institute of International Finance says China would actively participate in a G20-led effort to establish a global regulatory framework.
Securities regulator, which remains independent after recent reshuffle, tightens rules on investment bank internal controls, securities and futures market participation.
Overseas-listed tech firms with market cap over 200 billion yuan can issue CDRs; unlisted firms valued over 20 billion yuan to be...
New rules to reduce leverage, ban guarantees; financial court to be set up in Shanghai will jurisdiction over major legal cases.
The second phase of CIPS will pilot at ten banks covering cross-border yuan clearing and settlement for all time zones.
Foreign investors allowed to participate in China’s futures market for the first time; foreign currencies to be used for margin deposits to facilitate...
New documents give Shanghai exchange greater powers over trading members and investors.
Senior party official will take responsibility for merged banking, insurance regulator, as predicted by Regulation Asia last February.
Foreign companies will be able to set up individual entities, but must keep systems and data onshore.
Move aimed at attracting back to the mainland China’s overseas-listed tech giants Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu.