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China regulator says financial innovation must not create oligopolies FILE PHOTO: A man rides an electric bike past the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) building in Beijing, China February 14, 2019. Picture taken February 14, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China should ensure financial innovation maintains fair competition and does not create oligopolies or construct barriers to entry, a Chinese regulatory official said Saturday. Xiao Yuanqi, chief risk officer at see post the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBRIC) told the Caixin Summit in Beijing that innovation should not undermine healthy competition or let innovation pioneers become hindrances to further innovation. Xiao defended the role of financial regulation in maintaining a fair market competition environment, reducing “too big to fail” moral hazards and maintaining financial stability. “History tells us that before each major financial crisis ... markets were irrationally exuberant. Regulation is meant to return this exuberance to rationality, and resolutely does not support continuing to push exuberance toward crazy so-called innovation,” he said. Xiao’s comments follow the scuppering of Ant Group’s $37 billion initial public offering shortly after the fintech giant’s billionaire founder Jack Ma launched a public attack on China’s financial regulators. Ma said China’s regulatory system was stifling innovation and needed to be reformed to fuel growth. The Wall Street Journal reported this week that Chinese President Xi Jinping personally decided to pull the plug on the IPO, ordering Chinese regulators to investigate and effectively shut down the stock market flotation.

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ed-alliance-small-c822fd39 GNCU collaborated with Education Alliance and Reno Cigar Lions Club for this donation in celebration of GNCU’s new Vista branch location. On top of the donation, GNCU collected gently used laptops and computer equipment for Washoe County School District students in need. GNCU collected and donated 58 laptops and 10 desktops to county students. “It’s estimated that 11,000 students in Washoe County don’t have access to a computer at home,” said Kendall Inskip, executive director of Education Alliance. “Students need this technology to continue their learning, and it’s so important to us to be able to support these students.” Members of the GNCU team presenting a check to the team at Education Alliance. GNCU presented the donation check to Education Alliance in a ceremony on Nov. 6 at GNCU’s Vista branch in Sparks, Nev. Danny DeLaRosa, chief development officer at Greater Nevada Credit Union presented the check to Inskip who accepted on behalf of Education Alliance. “GNCU wants to ensure that no student is left behind during these challenging times, and we’re honored to join other local businesses helping to bridge the technology gap for students,” DeLaRosa said.