Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song
Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song
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China’s regulator makes capital market funding a top priority as it looks to bolster economy

  • Expansion of direct financing and introduction of registration-based system for all IPOs tops the CSRC’s agenda in the five-year plan, says Yi Huiman
  • Policymakers want to reduce the reliance on financing from banks, with more tech companies being encouraged to go public amid frayed US-China ties

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Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song
Yi Huiman, the head of China Securities Regulatory Commission, says expanding direct financing will deepen the capital market reform. Photo: Simon Song
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