Zhao Leji, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, has announced a new anti-corruption drive to ‘prevent systemic financial risk’. Photo: Xinhua
Zhao Leji, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, has announced a new anti-corruption drive to ‘prevent systemic financial risk’. Photo: Xinhua

China steps up anti-corruption drive as Evergrande crisis puts spotlight on financial risk

  • The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection will carry out ‘deep-level’ anti-corruption investigations to ‘prevent systemic financial risk’
  • Twenty-five organisations will be put under the microscope, including the nation’s top financial regulators and asset management firms

Zhao Leji, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, has announced a new anti-corruption drive to ‘prevent systemic financial risk’. Photo: Xinhua
Zhao Leji, secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, has announced a new anti-corruption drive to ‘prevent systemic financial risk’. Photo: Xinhua
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