SURVEY: Opening up the Chinese financial sector

Author: Karry Lai | Published: 11 Feb 2019
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China's financial sector has been opening up in a number of ways over the past 12 months, and it will continue to forge ahead throughout 2019. A series of reforms in 2018 saw new opportunities for firms to apply for bigger stakes in insurance, mutual fund and securities ventures, and various other ownership caps lifted.

Foreign financial institutions are eyeing the sheer size of the market and want a piece of the pie, but what barriers do they face as they venture into PRC territory? What market mechanisms can help? What else needs to be happen to make the path smoother for foreign banks?

To investigate, IFLR is polling market participants on their concerns on entering China. Click here to take this three-minute survey. Findings will be published in the April issue of IFLR magazine and online – sign up for free now to make sure you don’t miss it.

If you would like to contribute your comments and views for this story on a strictly anonymous basis, please contact Karry Lai at karry.lai@euromoneyasia.com

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