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  • Launch Event for Commercial Banks’ Participatio... 2020-04-08

    On February 21, 2020, with the consent of the State Council, the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), the Ministry of Finance, the People's Bank of China, and the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission issued a joint announcement, allowing commercial banks and insurance companies to participate in the China government bond (CGB) futures market of China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) in a phased manner under the prerequisite of ensuring regulatory compliance, control of risks, and business sustainability. Following the joint announcement, CFFEX shall open its CGB futures market to commercial banks with an official launch event on April 10.

     

    Commercial banks' participation in the CGB futures market is an important achievement of the financial sector in line with the spirit of the Fourth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, to deepen supply-side structural reform, and better serve the real economy. Furthermore, it is an important milestone in the development of China’s financial derivatives market, and is of great significance to improving the overall financial system, the risk management capabilities of financial institutions, and the yield curve of China government bonds.

     

    Under the principle of “opening the CGB futures market to commercial banks with high standards in a risk-controlled manner to ensure a stable start”, CFFEX has actively engaged with commercial banks on their preparation, revised relevant Exchange rules, and is now ready for the launch.

     

    Next, in line with CSRC's requirements of "Four Awes" and "One Synergy", CFFEX will thoroughly implement CSRC and relevant Ministries' plan regarding such participation in the CGB futures market, and also strive to ensure the stable operation of the CGB futures market through further strengthening market surveillance, enhancing market risk management, and improving member services and investor education.

     


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  • CSRC Vice Chairman LI Chao Attending the Seminar... 2018-12-19

    On 13 December, 2018, Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) held the Seminar on China Capital Markets and Global Asset Allocation in Beijing. CSRC Vice Chairman Li Chao attended the Seminar. In his keynote speech, Vice Chairman Li reviewed the CSRC's efforts over the years in firmly implementing the decisions and directions of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council to promote the two-way opening of China's capital markets, including enhancing and expanding stock connect schemes, revising QFIIRQFII rules, expanding foreign access to the futures markets, advancing the two-way opening of the securities and futures service sector, and strengthening cross-border regulatory cooperation to protect investors' legitimate rights and interests. In the context that the Chinese economy is entering into a new phase anchored on high-quality development to foster new growth areas and continuously optimize economic structure, China's capital markets are further empowered to better serve the real economy with effective tools to mitigate major financial risks and substantive measures to deepen reform and opening-up. China's capital markets welcome long-term foreign capital to participate in the domestic markets with open arms.

    The Seminar was widely attended by representatives from a number of QFIIs, RQFIIs, domestic custodian banks, as well as securities and fund management companies. In sharing thoughts on the global economic trends and asset allocation, the representatives spoke highly of the progresses attained in China's reform and opening-up endeavors and the achievements made in the capital markets, expressed long-term committment in the Chinese economy and capital markets, and offered specific opinions and suggestions for further improving the QFIIRQFII regime.

    Attendees to the Seminar also included officials from relevant departments at the CSRC head office, Shanghai Stock Exchange, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China Financial Futures Exchange, and China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Limited.

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