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CSRC Convened the 18th International Advisory Council Meeting

The 18th annual meeting of the CSRC International Advisory Council (IAC) was convened on December 1st, 2021 via video-link. The meeting was themed “reform and development, openness and cooperation--the mission of capital markets in the post-pandemic era”, and the discussion was focused on two broad topics including “opportunities and challenges for reform and development in capital markets under new circumstances” and “openness and cooperation of capital markets for sound recovery and stable development of global economy”. The IAC Chair Sir Howard Davies, Vice Chair Ms. Laura M. Cha, and other 10 IAC members, as well as CSRC Chairman Yi Huiman,...

Officials from the CSRC Answered Reporter Questions Regarding the Evergrande Group

Reporters: On December 3, Evergrande Group of China announced that it may be unable to meet its guarantee obligation. What’s the impact of it on China’s capital markets?    CSRC officials: Evergrande’s risk is an individual case mainly resulted from its mismanagement and blind expansion in diversified directions. China's real estate industry as a whole remains robust and most property firms are focusing on and properly managing their main lines of business. Currently, the A-share market remains stable, resilient and active. The default rate on the exchange bond market has been at a relatively low level of 1%. Public companies and...

CSRC Spokesperson Answered Reporter Question Regarding Recent Statement

  Reporter: Recently, the SEC released its rules for implementing the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act and certain Chinese company announced that it started to delist from the U.S.. This has attracted wide attention in the market. What is the CSRC’s comment on this matter and what are your views on prospect of audit oversight cooperation between China and U.S. and that of domestic companies’ listing in the U.S.?   Spokesperson: We have taken notice of this recent development and the market’s concerns over the audit oversight issues and the prospect of domestic companies listing in the U.S. The CSRC and relevant...

CSRC announced financial derivatives accessible to Qualified Foreign Investors

  Per the joint deliberations with the People’s Bank of China (PBC), the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), the CSRC announced that, starting from November 1, 2021, commodity futures, commodity options, and stock index options will be added as eligible financial derivatives accessible to Qualified Foreign Investors, of which tradings in stock index options shall be limited for the sole purpose of hedging.   As an important measure to reform and open up domestic securities and futures market, broadening the investment scope for Qualified Foreign Investors will enable more efficient management of asset allocation and risk exposure, raising the attractiveness and global outreach of China’s capital markets to international investors. After years of steady development, the three classes of financial derivatives included in the upcoming addition have served their roles as...

Vice Chairman FANG Xinghai Virtually Met with Ms. Ruenvadee SUWANMONGKOL, Secretary General of SEC Thailand

On 28th September 2021, CSRC Vice Chairman FANG Xinghai virtually met with Ms. Ruenvadee SUWANMONGKOL, Secretary General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Thailand (SEC Thailand). They reached consensus on enhancing dialogue and cooperation between the CSRC and SEC Thailand as well as supporting cooperation between Chinese and Thai capital markets. They also exchanged views on enabling capital markets to better serve small and medium-sized enterprises, and regulatory experiences of digital asset trading. This news item was originally published by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC CN). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Vice Chairman FANG Xinghai Virtually Met with Mr. Rostin BEHNAM, Acting Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission

On 14th September 2021, CSRC Vice Chairman FANG Xinghai virtually met with Mr. Rostin BEHNAM, Acting Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). They exchanged views on the recent developments of futures and derivatives markets in China and the U.S., as well as enhancing regulatory dialogue and cooperation between the CSRC and the CFTC. This news item was originally published by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC CN). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Openness and Cooperation: the Role of Capital Markets in Post-Pandemic Recovery

Keynote Speech by Yi Huiman, Chairman of CSRC at the Opening Ceremony of the 60th WFE General Assembly & Annual Meeting (6 September 2021) Honorable Dr. Urs Rüegsegger, Chairman of WFE Honorable Ms. Nandini Sukumar, CEO of WFE Honorable Mr. Qin Weizhong, Mayor of Shenzhen  Mr. Wang Jianjun, Chairman of Shenzhen Stock Exchange Distinguished guests online and on-site, Ladies and gentlemen, Dear friends,   Good morning, and good afternoon! It’s my great pleasure to attend the 60th General Assembly & Annual Meeting of the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) in 2021. On behalf of China Securities Regulatory Commission, I’d like to extend my sincere congratulations on...

CSRC Signed Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Securities and Futures Regulatory Cooperation with Magyar Nemzeti Bank of Hungary

Recently, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) of Hungary signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Regarding Securities and Futures Regulatory Cooperation. The signing of this MoU has great significance to further deepening communication and cooperation between the CSRC and MNB with respect to securities and futures regulation and promoting the healthy development of capital markets in both countries, which marks a new stage of the cooperation between securities regulatory authorities of the two countries. So far, the CSRC has successively signed bilateral memorandums of understanding regarding regulatory cooperation with securities and futures regulatory authorities from...

CSRC Spokesperson Answered Reporter Question Regarding Recent Statement by the U.S. SEC

Reporters: A recent statement by the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) outlined additional disclosure requirements for China-based companies seeking to list on the U.S. securities market. What is the CSRC’s comment on this matter? CSRC Spokesperson: The capital markets in China and the U.S. both have global significance and are increasingly interconnected. As growing numbers of companies, investors, and financial services providers are participating in each other’s markets, strengthening regulatory cooperation is the inevitable path. We’ve taken notice of the recent statement made by the SEC, especially the new disclosure requirements for registration filers. It is our belief that Chinese...

Keynote Speech by Chairman YI Huiman at the CSRC Roundtable of China Development Forum 2021

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, Good evening! It gives me great pleasure to attend the 2021 annual meeting of the China Development Forum. The year 2021 marks the beginning of the 14th Five-Year Plan and a new journey to build China into a modern socialist country in all respects. In China’s pursuit of high-quality development, the new development stage, new development philosophy, and new development pattern have become the theme of our mission and received worldwide attention. The CSRC is bestowed with the important task of enabling the capital market, which is a key component of modern economic system, to better serve high-quality economic development....

Chairman YI Huiman Met with Mr. Hideo TARUMI, Japanese Ambassador to China

On 25 February 2021, CSRC Chairman YI Huiman met with Mr. Hideo TARUMI, the new Japanese Ambassador to China. Both sides agreed to further deepen pragmatic cooperation between capital markets of China and Japan. They also discussed issues including Chinese capital markets opening-up and prospects for the Japanese economy and financial markets. This news item was originally published by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC CN). For more information, please see the Source Link.

Second China-Japan Capital Markets Forum Successfully Held

The Securities Association of China (SAC) and Japan Securities Dealers Association (JSDA) jointly organized the second China-Japan Capital Markets Forum in virtual format on January 25th, 2021. Mr. FANG Xinghai, Vice Chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), as well as Chairman Ryozo HIMINO of Japan Financial Services Agency (JFSA) and Chairman Mitsuhiro HASEGAWA of Japan Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) attended the Forum online and delivered speeches. Participants from both sides engaged in in-depth discussions about topics of mutual interest, including deepening reform and opening-up of China’s capital markets, enhancing China-Japan capital markets cooperation, and leveraging capital markets...

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Abbreviation: CSRC
Jurisdiction: China

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