Research Reports: China Financial Regulatory Updates – November 2013

China Financial Regulatory Updates

November 2013

 

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 banking policy developments covered by our November update include the signing of a currency swap agreement with the EU, draft rules that tighten market entry requirements for foreign banking institutions, the launching of China’s new loan prime rate centralized quotation and issuance mechanism, and the revelation of an upcoming program to test more liberal foreign exchange policies in the Shanghai FTZ. To read the update, click here.

 

Insurance

Our November update covers a Hong Kong working group set up to ensure smooth development of Hong Kong’s proposed independent insurance regulator as well as the release of draft asset investment ratios and strengthened insurance regulations on the mainland. To read the update, click here.

 

Securities

Our November securities update includes a presentation of draft measures for private fund regulation on the mainland, the opening of a “hedge fund park” in Shanghai’s Hongkou District, the listing of new forestry and agricultural futures products, the nomination of a new CSRC Vice Chairman, and the launching of a derivatives clearing house in Hong Kong. To read the update, click here.

 

 

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.

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