China will open up its derivatives markets to foreign investors but it will take time and the focus will be on creating a secure environment for traders, a leading Chinese regulator said this month.
Speaking at FOW’s inaugural China and the Global
Derivatives Market Development Forum, held in Dalian, northern
China in association with the Dalian Commodity Exchange, Jiang
Yang, assistant to the Chairman at the Chinese Securities
Regulatory Commission, said that China recognised the
importance of international participation in both the new CSI
300 contracts and commodity derivatives, which currently
dominate trading in China.
This year, Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors will
begin trading CSI 300 futures contracts on the China Financial
Futures Exchange, a move that Jiang said would pre-empt a
gradual opening up of China’s derivatives
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