To promote Hong Kong as an offshore renminbi centre and to help market participants tap opportunities arising from the Mainland's economic expansion, we maintain regular and constructive dialogue with relevant authorities and actively take part in Mainland-Hong Kong co-operation initiatives.
Agreements signed with Mainland regulators set out co-operative frameworks, including investigatory assistance, exchange of information, and market or product-related arrangements. A number of policy initiatives have already resulted in significant achievements, including the Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) scheme, the development of renminbi investment products, and the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA).
Investigatory assistance and exchange of information
Collaboration in these areas usually takes one of the following forms: a memorandum of regulatory co-operation, a letter of intent for co-operation, and a regulatory co-operation agreement of understanding.
Please click on the following lists of cooperative arrangements for:
- Investigatory assistance and exchange of information
- Exchange of information only
- Mainland-Hong Kong Stock Connect
Market or product-related arrangements
We signed arrangements setting out the common objectives and laying down the basis for cross-border cooperation with the relevant Mainland regulators to promote the development of a number of mutually agreed investment products.
Click here for a list of market or product-related cooperative arrangements.