China's regulator publishes new draft derivatives guidelines

The new guidelines, which are open for consultation until October 25, are aimed at clarifying some of the legal grey areas that currently exist in the Chinese derivatives market by specifying which institutions can trade derivatives, as well as outlining the licensing procedures and risk management requirements for derivatives traders.Under the new draft guidelines – the first update since the initial consultative document in July 2002 – financial institutions will be able to trade foreign

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