Legal Supervision on Consumer Finance Companies in China

Jinlong ZHAO, Guanghui SHANG

Abstract


With the increasing development of China’s consumer finance companies in China, the regulation of consumer finance companies is becoming more and more important. With the introduction of the Pilot Administrative Measures for Consumer Finance Companies, China’s supervision on consumer finance companies has been improved, but there are still many problems, especially related to the regulatory legal issues of funds. Based on analyzing the current situation of China’s consumer finance companies and combined with foreign regulatory revelation, this paper discusses how to solve the legal problems of consumer finance companies in China, and puts forward some relevant countermeasures and suggestions.

 


Keywords


Consumer finance; Consumer finance company; Legal supervision

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9873

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