China Gets Tougher On Derivative Traders

09 Jul 2009

China’s State-owned Asset Supervision and Administration Commission has gotten tougher with government-controlled companies that trade in derivatives.

China’s State-owned Asset Supervision and Administration Commission has gotten tougher with government-controlled companies that trade in derivatives. SASAC has issued an order that all such companies must file quarterly reports with the agency detailing their holdings of futures, options, forwards, swaps and the performance of those positions. The ...

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