Non-performing asset securitisation tops China banking regulator’s priorities for 2016.
Regulator awaiting passage of Financial System Safety Net bill before creating list of systemically important lenders.
Members of determination committees required to declare conflicts of interest, detail internal voting procedures.
Shenzhen exchange introduces pre-announcement system for stake reductions by major shareholders.
Third report of hedge fund survey finds no liquidity problems under ‘normal’ conditions.
Quartet among 21 global financial institutions to sign up to revised protocol on special resolution regimes.
Commercial lenders and bank representative offices to no longer require permits under Foreign Business Act.
Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen won’t approve tech firms with names suggesting they provide financial services.
International rules that will require banks to post margin on certain derivative trades have been delayed by nine months as regulators recognised the tight timeline initially given the industry to comply.
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