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Singapore Government Names CreditEase Founder & CEO Ning Tang New Fintech Advisor

CreditEase, a huge Chinese Fintech that started as just a peer to peer lending platform, announced on Thursday its founder and CEO, Ning Tang, has been named fintech advisor for the Singapore government. Ning reportedly asked by the Singapore Government to sit in on its International Technology… Read More

Ning Tang, CEO of CreditEase, Shares Insight into P2P Lending in China

Ning Tang, founder and CEO of CreditEase – a huge Chinese Fintech that started as just a peer to peer lending platform, recently spoke to Bloomberg in Asia. CreditEase is also the majority shareholder of US listed online lender Yirendai (NYSE:YRD) Tang provided an interesting… Read More

Chinese Fintech CreditEase to Expand to Singapore

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

CreditEase Wealth Management Announces Global Strategic partnership With Tishman Speyer

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

Tradeshift Forms Partnership With CreditEase to Launch Trade Financing App That Will Bring Low-Cost Financing to Chinese Businesses

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 Fintech Investment Fund Adds Positions in Three Global Growth Stage Companies

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

CreditEase Anointed “Best Non-Bank Private Wealth Product”

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

Yirendai Appoints Chaomei Chen as New Independent Director

Yirendai (NYSE: YRD) announced on Monday it appointed Chaomei Chen as an independent director. Chen has reportedly been part of the Chinese marketplace lender’s Advisory Committee since January 2016 and been providing strategic advice and insight to the senior management team on a range of issues such… Read More

China Update: Guidelines, Not Rules Quite Yet for Alternative Finance

  China is the largest market for alternative finance in the world. According to the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), China delivered over $100 billion in alternative finance, including peer to peer lending and crowdfunding, in 2015.  This was more than a 3X jump… Read More

China: A Fast Growing but Chaotic Internet Finance Industry

China’s internet finance industry continues to grow while encountering ongoing challenges as fraud remains prevalent in the loosely regulated sector of the finance industry. Dominated by peer to peer lending (the largest in the world), as of March over 3900 platforms were counted by WDZJ (other… Read More

Yirendai Announces Issuance Completion of RMB 250M Asset-Backed Securities & Chief Technology Officer Resignation

Yirendai Ltd. (NYSE: YRD), an online consumer finance marketplace in China, announced on Monday the completion of issuance of RMB 250 million asset-backed securities (“ABS”). Last month,  Yirendai announced this week it will be considered as the first online consumer finance marketplace in China facilitating consumer loan products with the… Read More

#LenditUSA Bigger than Ever as Online Lending Begins to Mature

  LenditUSA 2016 was bigger than ever. If you look back just three years the venue and the organizers have scaled what was once a relatively small gathering of 375 industry participants in 2013 to one that is truly a global event with over 3,500… Read More

Brief: Yirendai Now Faciliates Loan Products with Asset-Backed Security Structure

Yirendai Ltd. (NYSE: YRD),  an online consumer finance marketplace in China, announced this week it will be considered as the first online consumer finance marketplace in China facilitating consumer loan products with asset-backed security (“ABS”) structure. Yirendai reported that as part of its strategy to diversify and expand… Read More

Ning Tang, CEO Of CreditEase, Discusses Chinese P2P Regulations & Future of Online Lending

    At the Continuum SF Innovation and Credit Conference in San Francisco I recently attended, those present listened to a solid lineup of speakers discuss business development and more in SF and across the Pacific in China. Speakers included SF Mayor Ed Lee; Rob Suber,… Read More

China – US Event to Focus on Future of Marketplace Lending

Industry representatives from the two largest economies in the world, China and the United States, will gather in San Francisco later this month to discuss the future of P2P / marketplace lending.  The conference is organized by Sync US International (Chi Mei International) a bilateral “resource”… Read More

Yirendai’s Shares Debut on NYSE

Yirendai, a subsidiary of one of the largest Chinese peer to peer lenders CreditEase, launched its IPO on the Near York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the ticker symbol “YRD”.  The American Depository Shares (ADS) were priced at $10 per share.  According to the company, 7.5 million… Read More

CreditEase CEO: Thoughts on Internet Finance

Ning Tang, CEO and founder of CreditEase – the first peer to peer lending platform in China, recently shared “ten thoughts” about the evolution of P2P lending and online finance. CreditEase was founded in 2006 prior to P2P lending becoming a popular term, the CreditEase… Read More

CreditEase CEO Ning Tang Introduces Larry Summers, former Secretary of the Treasury (Video)

  Former Secretary of Treasury Larry Summers delivered a solid and well received speech at LendIt last week where he criticized the failures of traditional finance while lauding the innovations of internet finance – one that will remove banking from the shadows of the past… Read More

Chinese P2P Platform Yirendai Said to Plan $300 Million IPO

Beijing-based peer-to-peer lender Yirendai.com plans to raise about $300 million in a U.S. initial public offering, notes a recent BloombergBusiness story, citing people with knowledge of the matter. If the IPO takes place, Yirendai could become the first Chinese online-loan platform to list overseas, following the likes of offerings by U.S…. Read More

CreditEase CEO: “Rural Areas are Strategically Important”

Peer to peer lending is booming in China.  There are an estimated 1575 lending platforms, according to Wangdaizhijia.  But most of these P2P companies are targeting the urban and sub-urban markets.  The exception to this is  CreditEase and Eloancn, according to a recent report. Ning… Read More

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