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China's anti-corruption agency has financial sector in its sights

CCDI takes aim at 'shadow shareholders' and warns industry cleanup is coming

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Shanghai's Pudong Lujiazui financial district on Jan. 8: Beijing may have concluded that a shorter leash on financial market players is now essential.   © VCG/Getty Images

Benjamin Qiu is a partner with the law firm Loeb & Loeb handling venture capital financing for Chinese companies and others. He is also a registered arbitrator with the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration. The views expressed in this article are his alone and should not be considered as legal advice.

A series of recent announcements about new policies and regulations suggest that China's financial sector could be headed into a once-a-decade overhaul that would have broad, complex and long-term implications just as the industry girds for a new round of high-level regulatory appointments to be unveiled at the National People's Congress

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