The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters
The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters
China economy

China’s bank regulator moves to rein in small lenders as Beijing fears financial risks

  • After a number of easing measures during the pandemic, economic stability remains a concern in China as cheap funds flow into stocks and property
  • Some lenders have been told to stop issuing structured deposits, but curbing such products – popular at small banks – could trigger liquidity stress

Topic |   China economy
The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters
The People’s Bank of China (headquarters in Beijing above) has said that the minimum rates of return on structured deposits should be regulated because they are higher than those of usual bank deposits. Photo: Reuters
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