Banking Laws in China
In this authoritative book, a leading Chinese expert on financial and economic law thoroughly explains the functions, activities and procedures that characterize the behaviour of financial institutions under current Chinese law.
The book features:
- control of monetary policy formulation and implementation by the People’s Bank of China (PBOC)
- modern central banking functions of the PBOC
- independence and accountability of the PBOC
- requirements and procedures for banking entry
- specific risk-based regulatory and supervisory requirements of the China Banking
- Regulatory Commission (CBRC)
- problem bank resolutions of the CBRC
- foreign banking law developments before and post WTO transitional period
- impact of new foreign banking regulations and rules on foreign bank activities in China
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Part One: Central Banking Law. Chapter 1. Central Banking Functions of the PBOC. Chapter 2. Independence and Accountability of the PBOC. Part Two: Domestic Banking Law. Chapter 3. Bank Entry. Chapter 4. Risk-Based Regulation. Chapter 5. Risk-Based Examinations. Chapter 6. Problem Bank Resolution and Enforcement. Part Three: Foreign Banking Law. Chapter 7. Foreign Bank Entry. Chapter 8. Foreign Bank Regulation.