In light of the current regulatory regime in China’s banking sector, this book investigates the causes, key forms, potential risks and regulation of shadow banking in China.
The first China-specific book of its kind, the author takes policy considerations into account whilst providing an analysis of the regulatory instruments tackling the systematic risks in its banking, as well as shadow banking sectors. Key shadow banking subsectors discussed include P2P lending, wealth management products, local government debts and the underground lending market.
This book will be of interest to students and scholars in the legal field, as well as those from other disciplines including social science, business and finance. It will also be of use to lawyers, policymakers and regulators looking for practical solutions in tackling the issues facing a rising shadow banking sector today.
|Publisher:||Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.|
About the Author
Shen Wei, Dean and Professor of Law, Shandong University Law School, China
Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword 1. Decoding Shadow Banking: A Primer 2. Myth of Chinese Banks’ Success and Shadow Banking 3. Financial Regulatory Architecture: Status Quo 4. Central Bank and Monetary Policy 5. Regulating Wealth Management Products 6. The Logic (or Illogic) of Local Government Debts Out of Control 7. Optimizing the Regulation of Internet Lending: From Popularity to Risks 8. Removing Underground Lending Markets out of the Shadows 9. Credit Crunch and Liquidity Supply in China’s Banking Sector 10. Interest Rate Reform: Full or Partial Liberalization? 11. Renminbi’s Ongoing Exchange Rate Reform 12. “A Tale of Three Zones” and Financial Reforms 13. Is China’s New Deposit Insurance Scheme a Panacea? – a Functional Analysis 14. No Conclusion Yet: Bringing China’s Shadow Banking into the Light Index