The Greater Bay Area will be included in an official plan to further open China’s foreign-exchange controls, according to the the PBOC. Speaking at the 13th Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai, which started yesterday, Pan Gongsheng, the central bank’s deputy head, said both the QFLP and QDLP programs will be expanded in Shanghai, Hainan, and the GBA.
The QFLP scheme allows foreign institutional investors to convert overseas capital into Chinese yuan-denominated funds that can be used to invest in the domestic private equity and venture capital markets.
The QDLP program allows domestic fund managers to raise funds from qualified domestic institutional investors and set up trial funds for investment in overseas primary and secondary capital markets.
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