China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua
China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua

JPMorgan’s majority-owned Chinese securities business to start operations, as Beijing makes good on liberalisation promise

  • JPMorgan is the second international lender to get approval in a month after Nomura received its go-ahead in late November
  • International names will redraw the landscape of China’s securities industry, Shanghai financial services firm says

Topic |   JPMorgan Chase
China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua
China, under pressure to deregulate its financial sector amid its ongoing trade war with the US, has since last year quickened the opening up of the sector. Photo: Xinhua
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