Trade Surveillance in China: Addressing New Challenges

With record fines and increased scrutiny, trade surveillance in China has become critical for regulators, exchanges and market participants. In the Trade Surveillance in China Report from Kapronasia sponsored by Nasdaq, we look at the key challenges and opportunities.

Published: Sep 2017

Report Description

Trade surveillance has become of critical importance for regulators, exchanges and especially market participants in China, who were hit with a record RMB 4.3 billion (USD 650 million) in fines in 2016. This enforcement is not only of importance for the functioning of domestic markets, but also for China’s standing globally especially with increased cross-border connections and China’s recent admittance to the MSCI.

In the Addressing New Challenges report from Kapronasia, sponsored by Nasdaq, we look at some of the key challenges and opportunities around trade surveillance in China.


Trade Surveillance in China: Addressing New Challenges Report Details

  • Number of Pages: 12 (excluding cover/back pages)
  • Number of Tables & Charts: 3

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Development of China's Capital Markets
  • China's Approach to Trade Surveillance
  • Future of Trade Surveillance in China
  • Conclusions

Graphs and Charts:

  • Chinese Financial Exchange Comparisions
  • 2016 Market Capitalization
  • Shanghai Stock Exchange Performance