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Financial Supervision Will Become Stricter, China Banking Regulatory Commission Chairman Says
Tang Shihua
DATE:  Oct 19 2017
/ SOURCE:  Yicai
Financial Supervision Will Become Stricter, China Banking Regulatory Commission Chairman Says Financial Supervision Will Become Stricter, China Banking Regulatory Commission Chairman Says

(Yicai Global) Oct. 19 -- Financial supervision will become increasingly stringent, and regulators will strictly enforce regulations, China Banking Regulatory Commission Chairman Guo Shuqing said at the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress.

The banking sector strengthened supervision to guard against risks for the bank money management and inter-bank businesses this year, as they cover shadow banks, cross-industry finance, real estate bubbles, local government debt and other risky areas, Guo said. The funds (in the financial system) involved in these areas do not flow to the real economy, so strengthening supervision has a minimal impact on the real economy, he said.

The banking sector dealt with more than USD135.8 million (CNY900 billion) of non-performing assets in the first three quarters of this year, said Guo. It will strengthen the disposal of non-performing loans, curb the increase of invisible debt and support overcapacity reductions and deleveraging, he said.

China must resolutely resist cross-market financial risks and further rectify banking market disorder, Guo said.

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