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Will Ant Financial Become Wildly Successful Like Taobao?

Currently the most valuable fintech company in China, Alibaba’s Ant Financial owns a myriad of businesses: China’s largest.

by Liu Sha | May. 24 2016

Carl Walter on the fragility in the Chinese banking system

Carl Walter, former COO of JP Morgan in China and CEO of its China banking subsidiary, paints a gloomy picture.

by Beidi Zhang | Apr. 15 2014

Internet Finance in China: Will it Disrupt Traditional Banking?

As consumers drift towards easy-to-use internet finance in China, what will happen to traditional banks? Like many businesses.

by Ana Swanson | Mar. 31 2014

Regulating internet finance in China

Chen Long, Professor of Finance at CKGSB, believes that the authorities have to tread a fine line while regulating internet.

by Major Tian | Mar. 26 2014

Internet finance in China: Risk-free Returns?

Internet finance in China is taking off and deposits in online funds such as Alibaba’s Yu’e.

by David Green | Mar. 24 2014

China Roundup: LinkedIn Checks into China; Weibo to List on the NASDAQ; and the Renminbi Slides Further

  The week that was: LinkedIn enters China with an innovative model; Sina Weibo plans US listing; the Chinese renminbi.

by Major Tian | Feb. 28 2014

China Roundup: Google and Foxconn Partner; Lenovo profits up; and Internet Finance under the Scanner

The week that was: the People’s Bank of China weighs in on internet finance; Chinese trust firms have slower.

by Major Tian | Feb. 14 2014

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