CreditEase CEO delivers a keynote speech at the first China International Import Expo
Tang Ning, Founder and CEO of CreditEase, delivered a keynote speech at China-Lithuania Economy and Fintech Cooperation Summit on November 6, 2018 during the first China International Import Expo in Shanghai. The summit was hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to the People's Republic of China and China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAFIEC) under Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China.
CreditEase Founder and CEO Ning Tang Appointed by the Singapore Government as Fintech Advisor
Invited by Singapore Government, Ning Tang, Founder & CEO of CreditEase, sat on the Government's International Technology Advisory Panel (ITAP) from November 2018.
CreditEase Israel Innovation Fund (CEIIF) Ranks Second Most Active Chinese Investment Institution in Israel
IVC Research Center, a world-renowned Israeli venture capital research institute, released a list of the most active Chinese investment institutions in Israel's high-tech venture capital market in the first three quarters of 2018. CreditEase Israel Innovation Fund (CEIIF) is ranked the second on the list, next to Horizons Ventures.
CreditEase Wealth Management Announces the Establishment of Overseas Wealth Management Department
CreditEase Wealth Management announced today the establishment of the Overseas Wealth Management Department, which will provide wealth management services to high-net-worth Chinese abroad, and appointed Ms. Zhao Ruobing, senior vice president of CreditEase Wealth Management, as head of the department. Ms. Zhao has more than 20 years of experience in the wealth management industry. She joined CreditEase Wealth Management in 2008 and is a senior executive of the company.
CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund Leads $62 Million Series C Round Investment in Upgrade
CreditEase, a Beijing-based leading FinTech company in China, announced today that its venture fund, CreditEase FinTech Investment Fund (“CEFIF”) has recently led $62 million Series C round investment in Upgrade. Other investors in this round of financing include Apoletto, FirstMark Capital, NOAH, Ribbit, Sands Capital Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, Union Square Ventures and Vy Capital.