CreditEase Leads Fintech Innovations in Global Investment for the New Era
CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund (CEFIF), a Fintech focused venture fund backed by China’s leading Fintech conglomerate CreditEase, continues to receive global recognition and awards. The Fintech Fund was established two years ago and has invested in over 30 companies globally since inception in areas ranging from wealth management, alternate lending, InsurTech, mobile payments and enterprise financial services.
CreditEase Wins Major Awards at LendIt Fintech USA 2018
CreditEase, a leading Fintech conglomerate based in Beijing, China, announced today that its listed subsidiary Yirendai (NYSE: YRD) and its investment business unit, CreditEase Fintech Investment Fund (“CEFIF”) attended the LendIt Fintech USA 2018 conference held from April 9 to 11 in San Francisco.
CreditEase FinTech Investment Fund Invests in Branch International, A Leading Emerging Market FinTech Company
CreditEase, a Beijing-based leading FinTech conglomerate in China, announced that its venture fund, CreditEase FinTech Investment Fund (“CEFIF”), recently joined a group of prestigious investors to participate in the Series B investment round of $70 million in Branch International. Other strategic investors in this round of financing include International Finance Corporation (IFC), Andreessen Horowitz, Trinity Ventures and Victory Park.
CreditEase and Amundi Establish Strategic Cooperation Partnership
BEIJING, March 21, 2018 - CreditEase Wealth Management, a wealth management arm of CreditEase, the Beijing-headquartered leading fintech conglomerate in China, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Amundi Asset Management ("Amundi").
New Business Models and Emerging Technologies are Enabling FinTech Companies to Improve Financial Inclusion, Report Says
Today, FinTech companies are making significant progress in promoting financial inclusion through innovative business models, products and increased use of emerging technologies such as digital identity, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning, says a new report co-authored by CreditEase, IFC, a sister organization of the World Bank and member of the World Bank Group, and Stanford Graduate School of Business.