Xi, Henan, and China’s Growing Financial Crisis
By Ahana Roy and Siddhant Nair
Recent protests in Henan underscored the risks facing China's banks as the real estate sector continues to struggle.
Foreign Banks Face Uncertainty in China
By Sara Hsu
China is a notoriously difficult place for foreign banks to successfully compete.
Are China’s Shadow Banking Regulations Contradicting Its Push for Common Prosperity?
By Ben Phillips
The sector emerged for a reason: small- and medium-sized enterprises desperately need alternative sources of funding.
Changes to China’s Banking Law Could Help – or Hurt – the Planet
By Beibei Yin and Marília Monteiro
China has an opportunity to stop its banks from financing biodiversity loss.
China’s Banking Sector Faces Multiple Challenges After COVID-19
By Yan Liang
From the economic toll of COVID-19 to the long-term implications of reforms, China's banking sector needs to tread carefully.