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The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) is an agency of Chinamarker authorized by the State Council to regulate the Chinese banking sector.

Main functions

  • Formulate supervisory rules and regulations governing the banking institutions;
  • Authorize the establishment, changes, termination and business scope of the banking institutions;
  • Conduct on-site examination and off-site surveillance of the banking institutions, and take enforcement actions against rule-breaking behaviors;
  • Conduct fit-and-proper tests on the senior managerial personnel of the banking institutions;
  • Compile and publish statistics and reports of the overall banking industry in accordance with relevant regulations:
  • Provide proposals on the resolution of problem deposit-taking institutions in consultation with relevant regulatory authorities;
  • Responsible for the administration of the supervisory boards of the major State-owned banking institutions; and Other functions delegated by the State Council;


Supervisory focuses

  • Conduct consolidated supervision to assess, monitor and mitigate the overall risks of each banking institution as a legal entity;
  • Stay focused on risk-based supervision and improvement of supervisory process and methods;
  • Urge banks to put in place and maintain a system of internal controls:
  • Enhance supervisory transparency in line with international standards and practices。


Regulatory objectives

  • Protect the interests of depositors and consumers through prudential and effective supervision;
  • Maintain market confidence through prudential and effective supervision;
  • Enhance public knowledge of modern finance though customer education and information disclosure;
  • Combat financial crimes.


Supervisory and regulatory criteria

  • Promote the financial stability and facilitate financial innovation at the same time;
  • Enhance the international competitiveness of the Chinese banking sector;
  • Set appropriate supervisory and regulatory boundaries and refrain from unnecessary controls;
  • Encourage fair and orderly competition;
  • Clearly define the accountability of both the supervisor and the supervised institutions; and
  • Employ supervisory resources in an efficient and cost-effective manner.


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