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China Regulator Shakes Up Credit Ratings Rules in Wake of Confidence Blows to Investors

2021年02月01日 20:31 来源于 财新网
Mandatory registration requirements of credit ratings for interbank bonds removed in bid to improve quality and reduce reliance on external ratings by issuers and investors
Chinese companies will no longer be asked by the regulator to attest to how risky the companies and some of their interbank bonds are when registering the bonds with the regulator.

China’s interbank bond market regulator is pushing for a more market-oriented approach to debt ratings following a series of high-profile defaults by highly rated state-owned companies (SOEs) that exposed how domestic credits ratings agencies soft-peddled the potential risks to investors.

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