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 China NetDragon to acquire California firm Edmodo for $137 million

chinese edmodoChinese firm NetDragon has announced acquiring Edmodo, an education technology company based in US-California, for $137 million.

Based in San Mateo, California, Edmodo is an educational tech company offering a communication, collaboration, and coaching platform to K-12 schools and teachers. (Established in 1999, NetDragon is a Chinese company that develops and operates massively multiplayer online games in addition to making mobile applications). More details here.

To see a listing and email addresses of investors from China similar to NetDragon, check the Chinese Investors Directory.



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 Chinese firm invests $100 million in New Zealand gaming company

tencent-GrindingGearGames.pngChinese internet firm Tencent has invested $100 million in New Zealand gaming developer Grinding Gear Games.

Founded in 2006, Grinding Gear Games is a New Zealand video game developer best known for creating the 'Path of Exile' online video game that has around 2 million players signed up. (Founded in 1998, Tencent Holdings is a leading provider of Internet value-added services in China. Tencent Mobility is majority owned by Hong-Kong investors and is the world's largest online games company. Its total revenue in the first quarter of 2018 was $11.7 billion.) More details here.

To see a list of investors from China similar to Tencent Holdings, check the Chinese Investors Directory.




 Chinese firm Fosun invests $5 million in Israeli fintech startup

fosun-ilFosun International, a Chinese international investment company, is investing $5 million in Israeli Fintech Start-up The Floor.

Founded in 2016, The Floor is listed at Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and is a Fintech Innovation Center working with six of the world's largest financial institutions. Their focus is on areas like digital banking, capital markets, big data analytics, blockchain and insur-tech. (Founded in 1992 and headquartered in Shanghai, Fosun International is incorporated in Hong Kong in 2004. Fosun started its business by doing market research and then extended its business into the healthcare industry, real estate and other areas). More details here.

Fosun is listed in the Chinese Investors Directory with the code MA156.




 Chinese VC firm Matrix Partners China has raised $750 million for its fund

matrix-china-fundChinese venture capital firm Matrix Partners China has raised $750 million for its fifth venture capital fund.

Matrix Partners China was established in 2008. Led by General Partners Bo Shao, David Su and David Zhang, Matrix Partners China invests in a variety of sectors including internet & mobile internet, financial services, healthcare and SaaS in China. You can see more details from their filing with sec here.

Matrix Partners China is listed in the Chinese Investors Directory with the code SJU42.




 Chinese investors of Leyou acquired 20% of US game developer for $10 million

leyou-us-austinChinese holding firm Leyou Technologies has acquired 20% stake in US-Austin game developer Certain Affinity for $10 million.

Established in 2006, Certain Affinity has so far sold more than 75 million copies of its games including Call of Duty Black Ops, and Doom and has 125 employees. (As SinaBeat reported back in 2016 Leyou has also acquired UK game developer for $150 million. Leyou's shares are listed in Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and has 600 employees).

Leyou Technologies is listed in the Chinese Investors Directory with the code SAU21.

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 Chinese firm Erenhot Heng Xin invested $7 million in fintech company

telegraphmoney-china.jpgChinese mining firm Erenhot Heng Xin Trade has acquired 30% stake in financial technology firm Telegraf money for $7 million.

Telegraf Money allows members to communicate with each other, and instantly send funds and receive loans online. Erenhot Heng Xin is headed by Zhang Jinrun as general director.

To see a list of investors from China similar to Erenhot Heng Xin, check the Chinese Investors Directory.

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 Hong Kong investors acquired stake in London fintech firm for $2.6 million

mortgagegym-logo.jpgHong Kong investment firm China Pacific Capital and a consortium have acquired stake in London fintech startup MortgageGym for $2.6 million.

MortgageGym is an FCA-authorised service that allows home buyers to complete their mortgage application online in a couple of minutes. China Pacific Capital is a Hong Kong based venture capital fund which has been investing in technology companies for over 35 years in the US, UK and China.

To see listing and email addresses of contacts at Chinese investment firms similar to China Pacific Capital, download the Chinese Investors Directory

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 Chinese Lianhe Technology acquired UK firm in a $128 million deal

chinese-uk-Lianhetech.jpgChinese firm Lianhe Technology has acquired UK company Fine Industries Group in a deal that values it at nearly $128 million.

With around 220 employees and annual revenues of around $60 million, the Fine Industries Group delivers products and solutions to the life sciences and chemical industry. China's Lianhetech has established 7 chemical production sites, 2 machinery production sites and 2 R&D centers in China since 1985 and has Maggie Wang as president.

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More from China Venture Capital ...


  Chinese investors acquired US media and marketing firm IDG (January 2017)

  Chinese venture capital fund acquired stake in US social network for $8 million (November 2016)

  Chinese investors of Shanhai Capital acquired US semiconductor firm for $500 million (November 2016)

  Chinese investors acquired advertising firm media.net for $900 million (August 2016)

  Chinese firm acquired French news aggregator News Republic for $57 million (August 2016)

  Chinese investors of Leyou acquired UK game developer for $150 million (August 2016)

  Chinese investors of Zongshen takes 49% stake in Canada Harbour Air (October 2015)

  Chinese firm Ourgame acquired World Poker Tour for $35 million (August 2015)

  Chinese firm invested $12 million in UK oil and gas technology firm Plexus (July 2015)

  Chinese investors of Hua Capital and consortium acquired OmniVision for $1.9 billion (June 2015)

  UK energy firm Cotopaxi acquired by Chinese firm for $27 million (May 2015)

  Three Chinese investment firms invested $35 million in Silicon Valley firm Scanadu (May 2015)

  Chinese firm Ninebot acquired Segway personal transportation company (April 2015)

  Chinese investment firm Guotai Litian acquired Los Angeles jeans brand (March 2015)

  Chinese investors of LongTec invested $10 million in RealView Imaging (December 2014)

  Chinese investors led $70 million investment in San Francisco education firm Minerva (October 2014)

  Chinese Decheng Capital and consortium invested $120 million in California genetics firm (October 2014)

  Chinese Investor Wu formed joint venture with Fast Five director (April 2012)






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