One road: China’s new regulatory body begins to unify rulemaking

Micro-issues like netting and securitisation may also be in sights of powerful new committee

China’s celebrated One Belt, One Road initiative aims to overhaul the nation’s trading infrastructure, and connect China more efficiently with its neighbours. Financial market participants might be wishing for a One Regulator initiative to help solve years of different and sometimes conflicting decrees issued by China’s panoply of financial regulatory agencies.

The creation of a single new body to tackle financial risk, announced last November, seems to have prompted a new spirit of co

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