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- 09/05/16--07:52: Pile On: Yirendai Now Has Eight Lawsuits Against Them
- 10/18/16--07:38: China: WeiyangX Fintech Review
- 12/27/16--08:34: CreditEase Anointed “Best Non-Bank Private Wealth Product”
- 03/16/17--05:54: Yirendai Releases Q4 Results. Reports 100% Growth in Year Ov
- 04/17/17--19:49: P2P Lender China Rapid Finance Sets Terms for US IPO
- 04/28/17--14:54: China: WeiyangX Fintech Review
- 06/07/17--18:48: Chinese Fintech CreditEase to Expand to Singapore
- 06/19/17--15:22: Alibaba Must Acquire Starbucks, WeWork, Airbnb, Uber, Tesla & PayPal
- 07/11/17--07:18: Lawsuit Against P2P Lender Yirendai Dismissed
- 09/29/17--23:00: China: WeiyangX Fintech Review
- 10/22/17--07:30: China: WeiyangX Fintech Review
- 03/21/18--06:13: CreditEase Announces New Strategic Cooperate Partnership With Amundi
At the most recent count, China-based peer to peer lender Yirendai (NYSE:YRD) has at least eight class-action lawsuits filed against the company following the enactment of new regulations directed towards the booming online lending industry in China. The firms that have made public proclamations are as... Read More
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CreditEase is Confronted with Another Tuition Loan Fraud Earlier this month, Chinese p2p lending platform CreditEase was confronted with another tuition loan fraud. TOEIC English, a TOEFL training institution which launched a collaborative tuition loan product with CreditEase, was found shuttered with no reason. Students... Read More
CreditEase has been recognized as the “Best Non-Bank Private Wealth Product” by The Asian Banker, a Singapore-based provider of strategic intelligence on the financial services industry. The “Best Non-Bank Private Wealth Product” award was created to recognize the institution with the ability to meet the... Read More
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On Monday, Verint Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRNT) announced that Chinese fintech firm CreditEase, is set to use is Verint’s Speech Analytics, along with Call Recording, and Quality Management, as a way to support the transformation of its customer engagement platform. CreditEase reportedly stated that since it implemented Verint’s... Read More
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Yirendai Ltd. (NYSE:YRD), a prominent online lender in China, announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter and full year ended December 31, 2016. Folowing the release, shares moved lower in pre-market trading. In Q4 of 2016, Yirendai reported it had facilitated 194,505 investors with total... Read More
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CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund (CEFIF), a venture fund investing in growth-stage fintech companies in China and globally created by peer-to-peer lender CreditEase, announced at LendIt USA in New York it had made investment in three new Fintech firms. According to the fund, the three investments included... Read More
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Business commerce platform Tradeshift announced on Wednesday it has partnered with Chinese peer-to-peer lender CreditEase to launch a trade financing app, which is aiming to bring low-cost financing to millions of businesses in China. According to Tradeshift, the goal of this partnership is to help solve... Read More
CreditEase Wealth Management announced on Sunday it has formed a global strategic partnership with real estate developer, operator and investment manager, Tishman Speyer, in Beijing in order to extend global cooperation in resource sharing, fund investment, buyouts and business development. According to CreditEase Wealth Management, with an... Read More
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China Rapid Finance, a peer-to-peer (P2P) lender based in Shanghai, China, announced that it has set the terms for its upcoming US IPO. The company plans to raise $105 million through the offering of 10 million shares priced between $9.50 to $11.50 a share. At... Read More
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CBRC Releases Documentation to Regulate Small Cash Loans Market This week, China Banking Regulatory Commission released a documentation “Guidelines on risk prevention and control in banking industry” to regulate the small cash loans market by perfecting the in-out mechanisms, paying more attention to the supervision... Read More
CreditEase, a China based peer to peer lender and wealth management platform, has announced its plans to open a new office in the Asia Square Tower in Singapore. The CEO of CreditEase, Ning Tang, said at the opening ceremony: “After 11 years of development, CreditEase... Read More
During July 2016, I was part of a delegation of US Fintech executives visiting our counterparts in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Shanghai, China. We toured and visited some of the most exciting Fintech platforms in China such as LuFax, CreditEase, Tencent (the creator of WeChat),... Read More
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Yirendai (NYSE:YRD), a China based peer to peer lender that is a sister company of CreditEase, has shared that a lawsuit filed against it in 2016 has been completely dismissed. The putative class action lawsuit was brought by multiple law firms pertaining to the decline in... Read More
CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund is Making a New Investment. Guess Who the Fund is Interested in? Last week (September 18th -24th), CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund, a venture committed to investing growth-stage Fintech startups in China and globally, announced a new round of investment to three... Read More
The State Council of China Encourages the Development of a Smart Supply Chain The State Council on October 13, 2017, released a guideline on promoting the innovation and application of the supply chain. The document was aimed at establishing a smart supply chain system... Read More
On Monday, CreditEase announced its fintech investment fund, along with next47 and BMW i Ventures, has invested in California automotive fintech company, Fair. This news comes after Fair announced the acquisition of Uber’s Xchange Leasing subsidiary’s leasing portfolio. According to CreditEase, Fair was launched in August... Read More
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CreditEase Wealth Management, a wealth management arm of CreditEase, announced on Wednesday it has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Amundi Asset Management (Amundi), a France-based asset managing company. According to CreditEase, through this new partnership, the two companies will deepen their cooperation further in... Read More
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