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CHINA PRESS: The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) on Saturday issued a
guideline on entrusted loans to further reduce leveraging and preventing risks
in the financial sector, the Economic Information Daily reported. According to
the guideline, asset management products(AMP) cannot be entrusted for bank
loans. Clients of entrusted loans cannot re-lend them for arbitrage. As well,
entrusted loans cannot be invested in bonds, futures, financial derivative
products or AMP. Citing unidentified sources, the newspaper said the new rule
targets non-standard funding through AMPs issued by securities and mutual fund
companies. It also affects entrusted loans such as those in properties and local
government financing vehicles, the report said. (Economic Information Daily)