Li Chao, Vice Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: The structure of listed companies and investors in the A-share market is gradually optimized

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 Titanium Media App reported on June 23 that the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China held a series of press conferences on the theme of "This Decade of China" in the afternoon. Li Chao, Vice Chairman of China Securities Regulatory Commission, attended and introduced the reform and development of the financial sector since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Happening. When answering a reporter's question, Li Chao said that the structure of listed companies has undergone significant changes, and the quality has been significantly improved. In terms of operating efficiency, the assets of listed companies have tripled compared to ten years ago, and operating income and net profit have maintained a relatively high growth rate. An increase of nearly 50%. According to Li Chao, the normalized delisting mechanism has been gradually established, and the exit channels have been largely smooth. Mandatory delistings accelerated from 2019 to 2011, more than triple the rate of the previous 10 years combined. According to Li Chao, the investor structure has been gradually optimized, and the strength of professional institutional investors has continued to grow. As of the end of May, domestic professional institutional investors and foreign capital held 22.8% of the market value of tradable stocks, an increase of 6.9 percentage points from 2016. In 2021, the proportion of individual investor transactions will drop below 70% for the first time, and the concepts of value investment, long-term investment and rational investment will be gradually established.

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