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PE, VC Firms Not Allowed to Invest in Public-Offered Funds
Mar 29,2013 09:11CST
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Private equity and venture capital firms are not allowed to invest in public-offered funds, the National Development and Reform Commission said.

Updated: 2013-03-28 ( chinadaily.com.cn) - Private equity and venture capital firms are not allowed to invest in public-offered funds, the National Development and Reform Commission said.

In February, the China Securities Regulatory Commission released a rule stating that PE and VC firms can apply for fund management businesses, which may be implemented on June 1.

The NDRC also said that a fund between 100 million yuan ($15.92 million) and 500 million yuan should be registered with provincial departments, while a fund larger than 500 million yuan should be registered with provincial departments and then be presented to the NDRC.
 

 

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