The list includes the 6 big state-owned banks, 9 joint-stock banks and 4 municipal commercial banks.
Qualified foreign investors will be able to trade commodity futures, commodity options, and stock index options from 1 November.
The rules prohibit major shareholders from concealing their equity relationships, interfering with operations, and engaging in connected transactions.
The revisions abolish requirements that only allow companies with BB ratings or above to issue ABS. Businesses will also be able to securitise future assets and intellectual property rights.
Based on responses from almost 7,200 insurance employees, APRA found some of the lowest scores in risk governance and controls.
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