Chinese President Xi Jinping’s corruption crackdown on the nation’s sprawling financial sector is accelerating, reaching the upper levels at some of China’s premier institutions and further unnerving investors having to contend with mounting headwinds for the world’s second-largest economy.
At least 16 officials, including former China Merchants Bank Co. President Tian Huiyu, have been probed or penalized in April, according to announcements from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the top anti-corruption body. That’s in addition to dozens of financial officials that have been ensnared since October when an inspection focused on financial institutions and regulators was launched.
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