The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) aims to boost the development of its private equity funds with new rules that encourage industry self-regulation.
China has endorsed the launch of the country's first national-level private investment company, China Minsheng Investment, in Shanghai.
Agricultural Bank of China and Bank of China plans to raise up to US$29 billion by issuing preferred stocks in a sector-wide push to meet international capital-adequacy requirements.
China’s securities regulator said it will support legislations that will offer tougher punishment for insider trading, accounting fraud, market manipulation and dereliction of duties by brokerage firms.
This article looks at the new SAFE Regulations and examines some of the changes in financing practice that we may expect to see in PRC-related financings.
China’s main financial regulator signalled a loosening of rules governing foreign control in fund companies.
China's central bank announced it signed a bilateral currency swap agreement with the Swiss National Bank worth 150 billion yuan, or 21 billion Swiss francs ($24.4 billion).
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has published draft regulation requiring private equity funds to register their businesses and comply with stricter disclosure rules.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission is relaxing rules for listed firms to buy, sell or swap assets in a bid to encourage mergers and acquisitions in the market.
China Citic Bank has become the second Chinese bank accused of breaching foreign exchange rules through services that allow people to take money out of the mainland.