China Bank Regulator Mulls Stricter Derivative Rules

The China Banking Regulatory Commission is looking into stricter rules for domestic banks that sell derivatives.

  • 04 Aug 2009

The China Banking Regulatory Commission is looking into stricter rules for domestic banks that sell derivatives. Sources said the commission is considering ways to discourage the banks from trading overseas derivatives, and even a bank on banks from engaging in complex derivative transactions between domestic and foreign companies.

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