The opening up of China's securities markets to Swedish investors
Written by Niclas Rockborn, Charlotta Falkman and Julia Asplund.
On April 24 2012 the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and the China Securities Regulatory Commission entered into
a memorandum of understanding on mutual regulatory cooperation in relation to the Chinese capital markets.
The memorandum enables Swedish institutional investors –
for the first time – to apply for a licence to invest directly in the Chinese capital markets, such as the Shanghai Stock Exchange (the world's fifth largest stock market).
The article summarises the key points of the memorandum.
Published by International Law Office. To read the article click here.
2 July 2012