The peer review examines two topics relevant for financial stability and important for China: the macroprudential management framework and non-bank credit intermediation. The review focuses on the steps taken by the Chinese authorities to implement reforms in these two areas, including by following up on relevant recommendations in the 2011 Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) by the IMF and the World Bank. It concludes that the authorities have made good progress in addressing the FSAP recommendations on both topics, but that there is additional work to be done. A unifying theme behind the peer review findings and recommendations is the need for closer coordination and information sharing between the authorities to handle a dynamic financial system. Enhancing inter-agency coordination and developing an integrated risk assessment framework will promote a common understanding of objectives and risks, which will in turn facilitate joint policy actions and public communication.