National Security Considerations in China’s Financial Sectors – an International Perspective

China’s National Security Law and its subordinate laws and regulations, some of which are still drafts, raise a wide range of issues under the label of “national security” for policy makers, investors and other stakeholders. For financial institutions, the new developments may lead to increased regulation in financial transactions, IT architecture, data protection and other aspects of daily operation.

This guide introduces the key considerations which the new national security regime poses for financial institutions operating in the PRC, including their business relationships with entities in the PRC.

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