China’s financial regulators have set up a regional mechanism to improve coordination on identifying, monitoring, reporting and resolving financial risks in the sprawling Yangtze River Delta, a provincial banking regulator said on Thursday, reported Reuters.
“Regulators will take actions in sync to tightly control financial risks and prevent contagion risks,” Yu Lin, bureau chief of the Anhui Branch of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC), told reporters in Beijing.
“The practice also fits the country’s roadmap of integrated banking and insurance regulation,” Yu added.
CBIRC officials said on Tuesday that the regulator would tighten liquidity management for the country’s smaller banks and offer cross-region liquidity support for rural commercial banks if needed.
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