|Stocks, bonds and asset-backed securities traded or transferred on stock exchanges, including stocks listed on the SSE STAR Market
|1. Stocks, depository receipts, bonds, bond repurchases, and asset-backed securities traded or transferred on stock exchanges, including securities listed on the SSE STAR Market
|2. Shares transferred on the National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ)
|Fixed income products traded on the domestic interbank bond market
|3. Eligible products traded on the domestic interbank bond market for qualified investors according to regulations of the People's Bank of China (PBC)
|Publicly offered securities investment funds
|4. Publicly offered securities investment funds
|Stock index futures
|5. Financial futures contracts listed and traded on the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX)
|6. Commodity futures contracts listed and traded on futures exchanges approved by the CSRC
|7. Options listed and traded on futures exchanges approved by the State Council or the CSRC
|Foreign exchange derivatives only to hedge foreign exchange risk exposure arising from domestic securities investments
|8. Eligible foreign exchange derivatives for qualified investors according to regulations of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE)
|Other financial instruments as approved by the CSRC
|9. The CSRC announced that, starting from November 1, 2021, commodity futures, commodity options, and stock index options will be added as eligible financial derivatives accessible to Qualified Foreign Investors, of which tradings in stock index options shall be limited for the sole purpose of hedging.
|A qualified investor can participate in the subscription for new share issuance, convertible bond issuance, secondary share offerings, and share allocations on stock exchanges.
|10. Other financial instruments as approved by the CSRC
|A qualified investor can participate in the subscription for new share issuance, bond issuance, secondary share offerings, and share allocations on stock exchanges and the NEEQ, and can engage in margin trading and securities lending in stock exchanges.
|A qualified investor can invest in a private investment fund whose investment scope conforms to first two types of products listed above
|Relevant securities and futures trading venues will propose specific types of bond repurchases, financial futures contracts, commodity futures contracts, and options contracts eligible for qualified investors and report to the CSRC for approval. Particularly, the CSRC will consult with the PBC on the specific types of eligible bond repurchases and financial futures contracts.
|A qualified investor can appoint its associated domestic private securities investment fund manager as its investment adviser.