Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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Chinese Banks Suspend Cooperation with Third Party Data Providers Following Release of New Privacy Rules

The draft version of new rules on the collection of personal financial information moot additional prohibitions on various forms of data collection.

JD.com’s Fintech Vehicle Embroiled in Online Privacy Scandal

The fintech subsidiary of one of China's leading online companies has become embroiled in a scandal involving the private images of users....

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Chinese Central Bank Digital Currency Seen Driving Cross-border Payments, Renminbi Internationalisation

Chinese experts see the central bank digital currency (CBDC) as a vital means of facilitating cross-border transactions and expediting the internationalisation of...

Regulators Driving Remote Account Opening – What Banks Need to Know

By Stanley Yu, Director, Hong Kong, Fenergo COVID-19 has radically transformed the financial services industry across APAC. With forced...

Chinese Commercial Banks Could Soon Determine Interest Rates Independently

Proposed changes to China's commercial banking law will allow lenders to independently determine the rates for deposits and loans.

China to Further Lift Macro-Leverage Ratio Following 21 Percentage Point Rise During COVID-19 Lockdowns

Discussion about China's macro-leverage levels has risen to the fore as policymakers weigh means for expediting the country's economic recovery in the...