27 November 2015

Regulatory Liberalisation in China

China has made two further steps towards an increasing regulatory liberalisation of capital transactions. On the one hand, an unprecedented direct channel for Chinese investors to offshore capital markets will gradually be opened through the approval of the Qualified Individual Investor Program (QDII2). On the other hand, the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) issued new regulations allowing insurance companies to establish private equity funds within the People’s Republic of China. Additional information can be obtained from the following publications by King & Wood Mallesons:

A Guide to Doing Business in China

We explore the key issues being considered by clients looking to unlock investment opportunities in the People’s Republic of China.

Doing Business in China
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