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Revision as of 16:27, 21 July 2011

China Securities Regulatory Commission
Founded 1992
Headquarters Beijing, China
Key People Shang Fulin, Ph.D., Chairman
Website www.csrc.gov.cn

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) [1] is an enterprise unit of the State Council Securities Commission (SCSC), the State authority responsible for exercising centralized market regulation. CSRC is the department authorized to govern the securities and futures markets in China.


  • 1995 - CSRC is approved as the executive branch of the SCSC and is authorized to conduct supervision and reguation of the securities and futures markets.
  • 1997 - The securities markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen are placed under the authority of the CRSC.
  • 1998 - The SCSC approves the provisions regarding CSRC's functions and structure.

Products and Services

  • Establish centralized supervisory system for securities and futures markets and assume direct leadership over securities and futures market supervisory bodies;
  • Strengthen supervision over securities and futures business, stock and futures exchange markets, listed companies, fund management companies investing in securities, securities and futures investment consulting firms and other intermediaries involved in the securities and futures business;
  • Raise the standard of information disclosure;
  • Increase the abilities to prevent and handle financial crises;
  • Organize the drafting of laws and regulations for securities markets and
  • Exercise centralized supervision of securities business.

Key People


  1. About the CSRC. China Securities Regulatory Commission.