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The influence of public law on the development of China securitisation

  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • Public law


Over the past decade, China has started developing its securitisation industry as part of a wider policy to liberalise and internalise its local currency. China’s securitisation market is regulated by two sets of regulators, separated between financial institutions and non-financial institutions. In the past decade, China’s financial institution securitisation model has been more successful overall.

This article will examine the public law concerns that limit China’s non-financial institution securitisations, and provide recommendations for its next phase of development.

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