Regulatory Roundup: China - PBoC in liberalisation drive

November 2014
Asian Investor;Nov2014, p1
The article reports that People's Bank of China (PBoC) has planned to introduce an renminbi (RMB)-denominated qualified domestic institutional investor (RQDII) pilot programme to increase overseas investment. Topics discussed include benefits of the qualified domestic retail investor (QDRI) scheme to allow retail investors to invest in offshore assets, flexibility offered to the Chinese firms and views of Wang Dan, deputy director general of PBoC's monetary policy department, on the same.


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