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Clifford Chance


Clifford Chance Client Briefing-Shadow banking and recent regulatory developments in China

22 January 2015

Following the 2008 financial crisis, regulators around the world have been looking closely at the regulation of shadow banking activities in order to ensure that systemic stability is maintained.  As a significant emerging economy, Chinese regulators are also tackling risks arising from shadow banking activities that have developed unique characteristics within China's controlled lending environment.  This briefing examines the driver of shadow banking and regulatory trends in China, and introduces the most notable developments in the relevant non-banking sectors such as trust companies, money market funds (MMFs), "internet finance" and securitisation.


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