Kevin Yuan and Lucca Li of FenXun Partners discuss the numerous ways China is opening up its finance market to foreign investors, supporting Fintech innovation and accelerating the financial revolution by introducing regulatory measures to make China’s financial markets attractive to global investors.
China and European Union agree major investment deal; New York Stock Exchange begins process of delisting three Chinese telecom giants; and CBIRC issues draft clarifying market access rules for foreign insurers
NDRC, MOFCOM launch new national security review for foreign investments; Trump administration adds SMIC and dozens other Chinese entities to Entity List; MSCI drops seven Chinese companies from indices following Trump Executive Order
Goldman Sachs set for full ownership of Chinese securities JV; U.S. Treasury fails to identify any financial institutions for secondary sanctions under Hong Kong Autonomy Act; FCC launches official review of China Telecom's operations in the U.S.
U.S. House unanimously passes Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act; China releases first export control list under new regime, targetting encryption technologies; CBIRC publishes shadow banking report, defining sector for first time
Hong Kong-mainland Stock Connect expands to include STAR Market-listed and pre-revenue biotech firms; Trump administration set to impose export control restrictions on 89 Chinese companies deemed to be tied to Chinese military; and zero P2P lenders in China following regulatory crackdown according to CBIRC official