About  SZSE

Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE), established on 1st December, 1990, is a self-regulated legal entity under the supervision of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). It also organizes, supervises securities trading and performs duties prescribed by laws, regulations, rules and policies. Its main functions include providing the venue and facilities for securities trading, formulating operational rules, receiving listing applications and arranging securities listing, organizing and supervising securities trading, supervising members; regulating listed companies, managing and disseminating market information and other functions as approved by the CSRC. SZSE is committed to developing China’s multi-tiered capital market system, serving national economic development and transformation and supporting the national strategy of independent innovation. The SME Board was launched in May 2004. The ChiNext market was inaugurated in October 2009.


About  QFII

Foreign investments in China were restricted due to foreign exchange control. In 2002, China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) and the People's Bank of China (PBOC) jointly issued the Provisional Measures on Administration of Domestic Securities Investment of Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors, initiating the pilot QFII scheme, allowing foreign investors to enter China's capital market directly. QFII refers to Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors, including asset management companies, insurance companies, securities firms, commercial banks, and others such as pension funds, charity foundations, endowment funds, sovereign wealth funds...

Shenzhen Stock Exchange signs MOU with The Athens Stock Exchange in April, 2016

Shenzhen Stock Exchange signs MOU with The Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries in March 2016

The Shenzhen Stock Exchange and Euronext signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 19 May, 2015 in Shenzhen

Nasdaq and SZSE signed MOU at the World Federation of Exchanges'annual General Assembly to strengthen cooperation and promote mutual development between the two exchanges.

The Shenzhen Stock Exchange and the Korea Exchange signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 27 October, 2014 in Seoul.



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