The CBIRC’s decision to allow insurance companies to use derivatives is the latest sign indicating that authorities feel that they now have the sector under control and are thus willing to …
Insurance connect, as well as the established stock and bound connects are likely to bring the two market closer and allow more foreign investment in China
Regulators have recently demonstrated commitment to moving forward with broader opening, signalling a response to geopolitical pressures but also domestic momentum.
Established relationships in Qingdao helped Intesa Sanpaolo to get approval quickly
A reminder of how close regulators are to the state-owned insurance companies.
Prudential and Generali are in processe of getting approval to enter China pension market
After four years of waiting, ICBC-AXA Assets Management Company is finally approved and will soon be operating.
Domestic and foreign entities can now apply for QDII and RQD through their investment management institutions established in Beijing
Two new indices will track performance of companies in Greater Bay Area with the purpose of increase financial integration
Fintech sector may see increased policy support in the coming years
The fund will accept subscriptions in the form of MOP, HKD, USD, RMB, with the aim to bring greater financial integration
More companies will be allowed to have business vehicles plates for free travel in GBA
Another Canadian canola exporter received complaint from Chinese authorities as the bilateral tensions continue.
The agreement will allow parties in arbitration proceedings in Hong Kong to apply to mainland courts for interim measures.
CBIRC budget is relatively small and grows slowly
Budget increases in a fast pace as CSRC pushes on capital market reform
Insurance companies are required to carry out self-examinations and local CBIRC branches will conduct spot checks.
817 terms in all aspects of the industries have been defined.
Barclays will add 363 securities in its global index as China continue accelerating financial opening
JP Morgan Chase and Nomura are approved to establish majority ownership of securities companies, as China seeks financial opening