Kreab Gavin Anderson Research-Asia: China Financial Regulatory Updates

Kreab Gavin Anderson Research-Asia’s China Financial Regulatory Updates offer snapshots of the latest regulatory developments that impact China’s banking, securities and insurance industries.

Banking

Major events in June included the State Council’s announcement of measures to support the financial services industry, the launch of fixing for Hong Kong’s CNH HIBOR, the PBC’s policy U-turn over bank liquidity support, the potential choice of Guangzhou and Shenzhen as QDII2 pilot zones, and the selection of a new Chief Executive for the China Investment Corporation. For a PDF copy, click here.

Insurance

In June, major regulatory changes included a joint announcement by insurance and securities regulators of finalized measures for the sale of securities investment funds by insurers, new regulations on investments by insurance institutions in fund managers, and Hong Kong’s announcement of changes to the powers of the proposed Independent Insurance Authority. For a PDF copy, click here.

Securities

In June, major regulatory events included the start of a consultation period on reforms to the new stock issuance system, the State Council’s decision to deploy a new OTC exchange pilot nationally, the announcement of regulations for investments by insurance institutions in fund managers, and the appointment of a Chief Executive for the China Investment Corporation. For a PDF copy, click here.

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If you have questions on how the included regulatory changes impact your business, or if you wish to unsubscribe from these newsletters, contact Kreab Gavin Anderson Research-Asia today (research-asia@kreabgavinanderson.com).

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