The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song
The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song

Beijing plans to scrap mandatory ratings to help companies hit by coronavirus issue bonds and raise new funds

  • Move will also force buyers to strengthen risk-assessment research, analyst says
  • China is expected to expand the reform to cover interbank market as well

Topic |   Financial regulation
The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song
The offices of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in Beijing. The commission is soliciting public opinion about the rule change until September 6. Photo: Simon Song
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