Provisions on Prohibiting Leading Cadres from Exploiting Their Powers or the Influence of Their Posts to Seek Private Benefits in Financial Activities (Trial)
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First In order to implement the requirements of the Party Central Committee for the strict management of the Party and to prevent leading cadres from using their powers or the influence of their positions to seek personal gain in financial activities, according to "Several Guidelines on Political Life in the Party in the New Situation" The Regulations of the Communist Party of China on Disciplinary Actions and the Regulations of the Communist Party of China on Intra-Party Supervision and other relevant laws and regulations of the state, combined with the actual conditions of our province, have formulated these regulations.
Article 2 The leading cadres referred to in these regulations include:
(1) Cadres at or above the deputy level of the party's organs, people's congress organs, administrative organs, political consultative conference organs, judicial organs, and procuratorial organs.
(2) Cadres of people's organizations and institutions equivalent to or above deputy posts at the departmental level.
(3) Members of the leading groups of provincial state-owned enterprises and state-holding enterprises.
Article 3 Financial activities referred to in these regulations refer to the business activities of deposits, loans, bills, bonds, stocks, trusts, wealth management, funds, insurance, guarantees, and other financial derivatives incurred by relevant units and financial institutions.
Article 4 Leading cadres shall not use their powers or the influence of their positions to facilitate the financial activities of spouses, children and their spouses and other specific related parties, and shall not pay, reward, reward, Expenses for personal gain.
The fifth Leading cadres shall not use their powers or the influence of their positions to facilitate each other's spouses, children, their spouses, and other specific related parties to facilitate financial activities.
Article 6 Leading cadres' spouses, children, their spouses, and other specific affiliates must not contract financial services in the areas, units, and businesses under the leadership of the cadres, and must not obtain relevant compensation, rewards, or other private benefits.
Article 7 Units where leading cadres are engaged in financial activities with their spouses, children, their spouses, and other specific affiliates' financial institutions, leading cadres should take the initiative to report internally within the leadership and implement official avoidance.
eighth Units where leading cadres should conduct financial activities strictly in accordance with regulations. Competitive methods should be adopted; major financial activities should be incorporated into the establishment of the unit ’s clean government risk prevention and control mechanism and the “three big and one big” collective decision-making matters. Collective research has decided that major financial activities that are not classified should be publicized within the unit.
Article 9 Leading cadres must not intervene in the collective decision-making of financial activities by making demands on relevant units or relevant personnel by means of suggestion, intent, or designation.
Article 10 Leading cadres shall truthfully explain the employment, promotion, and employment changes of spouses, children, and their spouses in financial institutions at the unit's party committee (party group) democratic life meeting and accountability.
Article 11 Leading cadres who violate this regulation shall be notified, exhorted, organized, adjusted, or disciplinary punished in accordance with relevant regulations; if they are suspected of breaking the law, they shall be transferred to relevant authorities for processing.
Article 12 Party organizations at all levels should strengthen the education, management, and supervision of leading cadres in their own units in the region, and carefully implement the provisions. Disciplinary inspection and supervision agencies and organizations, finance, auditing, state-owned assets supervision, the People's Bank of China, and banking institutions, securities regulatory agencies, and insurance regulatory agencies (institutions) shall strengthen the supervision and inspection of the implementation of these regulations.
The financial department shall strengthen the supervision and management of financial activities such as bank accounts, financial funds, and investment and financing of relevant units.
State-owned asset management institutions should strengthen the construction of internal control mechanisms for regulated enterprises and standardize financial management.
Article 13 The Hunan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China is responsible for the interpretation of this provision, and the specific interpretation work is undertaken by the Hunan Provincial Discipline Inspection Committee.
Article 14 年3月1日起施行。 These regulations come into effect on March 1 , 2017 .