CSRC changes rules to boost institutional participation

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By Rev Hui
17 Jul 2014

Institutional investors are set to play a bigger role in China’s A-share market after the country’s regulator changed the approval process for setting up mutual funds into a register-based system.

Under the new rules, which will come into effect on August 8, firms only need to register with the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) to issue new products instead of going through an arduous approval system, which can take months to process.

The new registration process ...

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