CBRC issued measures for the supervision and administration of China Development Bank, Export-Import Bank of China, and Agricultural Development Bank of China. These measures require the development banks to follow the general rules of bank operation. They also highlight the comprehensiveness and cover the operation management and prudential supervision of development banks In all aspects. These regulatory rules will take effect from January 01, 2018.
These measures aim to strengthen the supervision and administration of development banks in China. The introduction of a special regulatory regime will play an important role in promoting the safe and sound development of Chinese banking sector, serving the national strategy and supporting the sound development of economy and society. The main contents of the measures include 66 articles in nine chapters, including general provisions, market positioning, corporate governance, risk management, internal control, capital management, incentives, supervision and management, and supplementary provisions. The China Development Bank shall establish a risk assessment system, which shall exercise due diligence on credit risk, market risk, liquidity risk, operational risk, country risk, bank account interest rate risk, reputation risk, strategic risk, information technology risk, and environmental and social risk.
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- Measures for China Development Bank
- Measures for Export-Import Bank of China
- Agricultural Development Bank of China
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