In accordance with the unified deployment of the Financial Stability Development Committee of the State Council, the CSRC is accelerating the following three aspects of the reform of the capital market and responding to market concerns.
The first is to improve the quality of listed companies. Strengthen the governance of listed companies, standardize information disclosure and transparency, and create conditions to encourage listed companies to carry out repurchase and mergers and acquisitions.
The second is to optimize transaction supervision. Reduce trading resistance and increase market liquidity. Reducing unnecessary interventions in the trading process, allowing the market to have clear expectations for regulation and giving investors an opportunity to trade fairly.
The third is to encourage value investment. Play the role of institutional investors such as insurance, social security, various securities investment funds and asset management products, and guide more incremental medium and long-term funds to enter the market.
(Article source: SFC website)