Q&A: Andrew Sheng on regulating China

The former central banker and financial watchdog in Hong Kong talks to FinanceAsia about regulating China’s markets.

Andrew Sheng, chief advisor to the China Banking Regulatory Commission and a former Hong Kong regulator, explains the challenges facing China’s regulators as they struggle to tame volatile markets, keep tabs on fast-changing industries such as fintech and keep economnic growth in the world’s second-largest economy on track.

FinanceAsia What are the biggest developments under way in China’s capital markets   

Andrew Sheng Chinese capital markets are in a very exciting phase, having survived major stress-tests last year in the A-share market as well as volatility in the renminbi and commodity markets. It is not easy to read, but change is happening because...

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