China has decided to adopt the "negative list" national market access system, to effectively grant more freedom to investors and boost market appeal.
The China Securities and Regulatory Commission has slapped a $3 million fine on a star Chinese fund manager for stock-market manipulation.
CRBC announces it will implement revised measures on commercial bank liquidity risk management, effective from October 1, 2015.
Regulators have been looking more closely at whether technology companies providing financial services should be supervised more heavily like banks, says HSBC chairman.
China is looking to extend its control over its onshore markets to commodities exchanges amid signs that speculators have shifted from stock markets to commodities futures.
A China Securities Regulatory Commission official has been placed under investigation for his high-profile role in China’s stock market rescue effort.
The China Insurance Regulatory Commission has issued new guidelines for insurance companies on the establishment of private equity funds that can invest in key industries supported by the government.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) has said it will allow foreign central banks to enter China's onshore interbank foreign exchange market, in a move to further liberalise its currency regime.
The State Administration of Foreign Exchange has asked banks to manage forex transactions to identify suspicious cross-border fund transfers in a bid to ease pressure on capital outflows.