PBoC to develop new fintech regulation

Central bank will implement new roadmap in 2019, which will see improved regulatory mechanism

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Fintech firms operating in China could soon be subject to new regulation, according to a statement from the country’s central bank.

On March 15, the People’s Bank of China announced it would “gradually set up a system of rules” for fintech. The central bank said it would look to “improve and innovate the regulatory mechanism and create a favourable policy environment for fintech development”.

The decision was taken at the PBoC’s Fintech Committee’s first meeting of 2019, led by deputy governor

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