China's Securities Market
Towards Efficient Regulation
By Jing Bian
Routledge – 2014 – 218 pages
This book provides an analysis of the development of the Chinese securities market, with special reference to the information disclosure regimes in Mainland China, the UK, and Hong Kong. It examines the listed companies, stock exchanges, securities companies, financial intermediaries, financial regulators and investor protection of the system in China, the UK and Hong Kong. The book looks at the role and functions of the securities regulatory commission, and highlights the details and insights that generally reveal the past and current status of the information disclosure regime in the Chinese securities market. By identifying problems and their reasons, the book forms an approach to further develop securities regulation.
Introduction 1. The Chinese Securities Market and Information Dislcosure 2. Listed Companies’ Disclosure and the Role of Stock Exchanges 3. Securities Companies and Information Disclosure 4. Regulating Financial Intermediaries 5. The Role and Function of the China Securities Regulatory Commission 6. Investor Protection: Problems and Progress Conclusion
Jing Bian teaches in the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at SOAS, University of London, UK.