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CFFEX Included in ESMA’s Post-Trade Transparenc... 2020-06-09
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) recently published an updated opinion on post-trade transparency under MiFID II and MiFIR and its annexed list covering the post-trade transparency assessment results of 136 third-country trading venues (TCTVs) (https://www.esma.europa.eu/press-news/esma-news/esma-updates-transparency-and-position-limit-opinions-3rd-country-venues). Based on its assessment, ESMA has concluded that China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX) meets all the relevant criteria and is therefore added to the positive list concerning TCTVs post-trade transparency assessment. European Union investment firms concluding transactions on TCTVs included in the positive list are relieved from the obligation to make those transactions post-trade transparent via an approved publication arrangement (APA).
In recent years, under the leadership of the CSRC, CFFEX has been benchmarking itself to international principles and best practices, and continuously improving its capability to serve investors at home and abroad. Next, CFFEX will continue to follow the latest international standards and enhance its global influence, thus contributing to the development of the international financial center in Shanghai and the further opening-up of China’s financial market.
- Notice on Self-Regulatory Measures Taken by CFFE... 2020-06-08
- Notice on Delivery of China Government Bond Futu... 2020-05-22
- Notice on Self-Regulatory Measures Taken by CFFE... 2020-05-21
- Notice on Delivery of Equity Index Futures and O... 2020-05-15
- Notice on Listing of New Stock Index Futures and... 2020-05-15
- Notice on Delivery of Equity Index Futures and O... 2020-05-14
- CFFEX Approves One Non-Futures-Company Member 2020-05-06
CSRC Vice Chairman LI Chao Attending the Seminar... 2018-12-19
On 13 December, 2018, Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) held the Seminar on China Capital Markets and Global Asset Allocation in Beijing. CSRC Vice Chairman Li Chao attended the Seminar. In his keynote speech, Vice Chairman Li reviewed the CSRC's efforts over the years in firmly implementing the decisions and directions of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council to promote the two-way opening of China's capital markets, including enhancing and expanding stock connect schemes, revising QFIIRQFII rules, expanding foreign access to the futures markets, advancing the two-way opening of the securities and futures service sector, and strengthening cross-border regulatory cooperation to protect investors' legitimate rights and interests. In the context that the Chinese economy is entering into a new phase anchored on high-quality development to foster new growth areas and continuously optimize economic structure, China's capital markets are further empowered to better serve the real economy with effective tools to mitigate major financial risks and substantive measures to deepen reform and opening-up. China's capital markets welcome long-term foreign capital to participate in the domestic markets with open arms.
The Seminar was widely attended by representatives from a number of QFIIs, RQFIIs, domestic custodian banks, as well as securities and fund management companies. In sharing thoughts on the global economic trends and asset allocation, the representatives spoke highly of the progresses attained in China's reform and opening-up endeavors and the achievements made in the capital markets, expressed long-term committment in the Chinese economy and capital markets, and offered specific opinions and suggestions for further improving the QFIIRQFII regime.
Attendees to the Seminar also included officials from relevant departments at the CSRC head office, Shanghai Stock Exchange, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China Financial Futures Exchange, and China Securities Depository and Clearing Corporation Limited.
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- To Fulfill the Goal of Building a Multilevel Cap... 2017-10-23
- Capital Market Investor Protection: More Efforts... 2017-10-13
- The Capital Market Must Adhere to the Core Princ... 2017-10-13
- Optimizing Institutional Arrangement of Future E... 2017-09-29
- Urging Securities, Funds and Futures Institution... 2017-09-18