47042-001: Promotion of a Legal Framework for Financial Consumer Protection

Project Data Sheet (PDS): Details


The TA will help promote establishment of a coordinated and consistent financial consumer protection framework in the PRC. It will facilitate dialogue between the various consumer protection entities that have varying, and sometimes overlapping, authorities. The primary output will be creation of guidelines to support preparation of a guidance, law or regulation governing the role of the FCPB in financial consumer protection. A dialogue will be facilitated through national workshops and initial coordination meetings where all key stakeholders will be invited. An assessment of the gaps and overlaps in the current varying regulatory framework will be performed. An inventory will be completed of the applicable financial products requiring coverage under financial consumer protection. Additionally, the results of pilot projects run in various PRC provinces by PBC branches will be used as empirical evidence to help tailor final recommendations.


Improved protection of consumers of financial products and services

Project Outcome

Description of Outcome

A regulatory framework and cooperation mechanism for financial consumer protection

Implementation Progress

Description of Project Outputs

Assessment of current financial consumer protection practices in PRC Assistance to the establishment of a legal and regulatory framework for financial consumer protection and supervision by the FCPB Promotion of coordinated financial consumer protection in PRC

Status of Operation/Construction or Implementation Progress

Recruitment of consultants are ongoing.

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Project Data Sheets (PDS)


Concept Clearance
27 Sep 2013

25 Jul 2013 to 25 Jul 2013

Board Approval
31 Oct 2013