China's Move to Limit Risk Misses the Problem With Bonds
Beijing regulators are tired of bailing out failed 'wealth management' products.
China Turns to Dumb Money for Its Financial Industry
Here’s what top executives at some big insurers might be thinking about.
China's Boom or Bust Market Seen Tempered by 401(k)-Style Funds
Leaders hope the accounts will push more money into long-term funds.
China Makes Historic Move to Open Market for Financial Firms
The current non-Chinese ownership cap could go away in five years.
China Opening Its Banks Is Great, If You Like Bad Debt
U.S. financial services companies have been asking China to open up for years. Now what?
China Regulators Seek Comments on Revised Solvency Draft
The new draft could lead to changes in standards adopted in 2008.
Authoritarian Cryptocurrencies Are Coming
What if the next big cryptocurrency were the yuan? Or... the dollar?
HNA Banned From Transactions With Insurance Unit for Six Months
China has been clamping down on HNA and other insurers this year.
Genworth and China Oceanwide Hint at U.S. Panel National Security Concerns
The companies are giving themselves more time to get all necessary regulatory approvals.
How to Choose the Right Health Insurance for China
Remind your mobile clients about what really matters.