The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is an independent statutory body set up in 1989 to regulate Hong Kong’s securities and futures markets.In May 1989, the SFC was officially established as an independent statutory regulator. Further reviews to improve the regulatory regime were conducted after the 1997 Asian financial crisis. The Securities and Futures Ordinance came into effect on 1 April 2003, consolidating and modernising the statutes previously regulating Hong Kong’s securities and futures markets.
# HAB Management Limited, supporting guarantor of DYN Limited, is licensed under SFC with license no. BPK 561
The main regulatory body that oversees the Chinese banking system is the China Banking Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC), which replaced the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) in April 2018. The CBIRC is charged with writing the rules and regulations governing the banking and insurance sectors in China. It also conducts examinations and oversight of banks and insurers; collects and publishes statistics on the banking system; approves the establishment or expansion of banks; and resolves potential liquidity, solvency, or other problems that might emerge at individual banks.
# Dynamic Leasing (Shenzhen) Limited, a China affiliate of DYN Limited, is under the supervision of China Banking Regulatory Commission. (CBRC)
The establishment of the Shenzhen Quanhai Equity Exchange (QHEE) is an innovation that further promote the financial industry in China to open up worldwide. It aims to facilitate the communication and integration of resources such as technology, capital and market inside and outside China. It is committed to building a one-stop service platform that achieves three functions, business project information display, investment and financing docking, and opening up the transaction settlement channel, through commercial services, layered-markets services, listing and display, bond financing, equity financing and off-board investment banking.