Wealth management products have been growing in China, totalling 12.8 trillion yuan ($2.1 trillion) by the end of May, a senior official of China's central bank said.
China and the UK have started the direct trading of the yuan against the sterling, in a bid to reduce costs from currency conversions.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) is considering a more flexible approach to determining the loan-to-deposit ratio so banks can have more money to lend to businesses, an official with the regulator says.
The Chinese government is looking to boost private investment in areas including railways, roads, harbours, and power stations which state capital used to dominate.
China has signaled it will relax control over Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors (QDII) and Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) to show its determination at speeding up the yuan's convertibility under the capital account.
China's central bank has called for more financing channels for the country's import and export businesses in a bid to stabilize foreign trade.
The securities regulator has tightened rules for initial public offerings again, to the dismay of investment bankers who want the market to decide how shares are priced.
China has cut the amount of cash reserves some lenders must hold at the central bank to boost lending to small businesses, in a move to stimulate its slowing economy.
Taiwan's central bank warned of rising risk from China amid a slowing economic growth in the mainland which could adversely impact the financial sector.
China plans to launch its first crude oil futures contract this year as the nation further liberalises its capital markets.