China Plots Onshore Equity Derivatives

Chinese authorities have been meeting with industry officials to investigate the possibility of launching an onshore equity derivative market.

  • 03 Sep 2012

Chinese authorities have been meeting with industry officials to investigate the possibility of launching an onshore equity derivative market.

According to lawyers and market officials, the industry is spearheading the meetings, but the workgroups are being backed by a “quasi-government entity,” according to a China-based lawyer. “Equity derivatives will ...

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