This focuses on a website-type business model with entrepreneurship innovation and begins with training and consultation then goes on to FoFs. It connects 10,000 traditional small-to-medium-sized enterprises and is expecting 10,000 start-up and innovation companies for top global VC, PE and security services to develop a global innovative ecology system.
This is a joint effort by Yu Minhong and a senior investor, Sheng Xitai and involves heavyweights like Huang Nubo, chairman of the Beijing Zhongkun Investment (Group) Co; Niu Gensheng, founder of the Laoniu Foundation; Wang Zhongjun, chairman of Huayi Brothers; Zhang Lei, from Hillhouse Capital Group; and Yan Yan, from Saif Partners and mainly covers catering, entertainment, education, environmental protection, health, and inventive mobile Internet projects.
Beijing Jacobio Pharmaceuticals Co
This was established in 2014 by a group of PhD students returning from abroad, including Wang Yinxiang, Hu Shaojing and Zhou Wenlai, and is located in a Beijing Economic and Technological Development Area biomedicine park incubation center. It focuses on early-stage drug R&D and has a senior management team and decades of experience in new drug development and management. Many of its innovative drugs have come out in Chinese market.
This is one of the most influential Chinese investors in communications, the Internet, media and the high-tech sector, established in 2006, and manages three dollar-funds and the Tianjin Chengbai RMB fund. It has a special management team with experience in communications and media start-ups, investment and management. The team members work well with each other and have helped to create value in equity financing, M&As, business strategy and operations and management.
This is the work of Legend Holdings’ president, Liu Chuanzhi, who decided in 2001 to set up a funding and management team to help Chinese start-ups, with Zhu Linan at its head and starting with $35-million from Legend Holdings, in April 2001. This was the beginning of Legend Capital, an independent venture investment company. In February 2012, the capital got a new Chinese name Junlian Capital and had invested in more than 200 companies by May 2015, including 32 listed on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, Taipei Exchange, and Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong stock exchanges. The capital manages six dollar-funds and three RMB funds, with 20 billion yuan in all and invests in innovative, growth-type Chinese enterprises.
Northern Light Venture Capital
The purpose of this is to serve world-class Chinese entrepreneurs and enterprises. It was established in 2005 and has grown with the Chinese economy and now manages nearly 10-billion yuan worth of assets. Its investors are from top university funds from the US, Europe and Asia, sovereign wealth fund, family foundations, charitable funds and government-involved FoFs. Its capital is invested in more than 100 companies in the high-tech, new media, TMT, clean technology, and health and medical sectors. Its investment team have plenty of experience in business start-ups and management in China and abroad and a good understanding of the Chinese market and can provide the necessary help to businesses for rapid development.
This is a joint effort by China International Capital Corp's CICC Jiacheng (51%) and WS Stock (49%), started in 2014, with 20-million yuan in registered capital and is a direct investment site based on CICC mainly in the Internet, high-tech, health, environmental protection, finance and manufacturing sectors.
This was established in October 2013, with 100,000-yuan in registered capital, with Liu Zhengdong as legal representative. It is a people hub and value-sharing site in the commerce sector and provides exclusive services to entrepreneurs by integrating online and offline activities and innovative services in developing trusts, personal growth and business opportunities.
Beijing E-town Pufeng International Venture Investment Management Co
This is a joint effort by an investment team with a Tsinghua University background and Beijing Guorun Venture Capital, founded in August 2009 as a venture capital management facility in Beijing. Guorun has one of China's best venture investment management performances currently and the company follows Guorun’s venture investment success in Suzhou. It was named one of China's top 50 venture investors by Zero2IPO in 2011 and 2014.
This was set up in December 2006, with 7.4 billion yuan in registered capital and 11.3 billion yuan in owner equity. It manages more than 19-billion yuan in funds and engages in industry incubation, capital operations, strategic M&A, investment and financing for the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. Its chairman is Zhang Jianheng, the GM is Zhang Tao, and the founders are: China Aerospace Science and Technology, the China Reform Holdings Corp, PICC, China Everbright Investment and Assets Management Co, the Export-Import Bank of China, the China Energy Conservation and Environment Protection Group, SDIC, ZTE Corp, Cinda Investment, and the China Chengda Engineering Co.
China Grand Prosperity Investment
It was founded in 2010, with HQ in Beijing, and 32-million yuan in registered capital. It handles non-security business investment, management, and consultation, mainly in FOF management, asset management, Chinese government investment consultation and services, institutional investors, and individuals with high net worth. It has an office in Shanghai and a talented investment management team, providing tailored and localized services.
It was founded on April 20, 2007, with 10-million yuan in registered capital and is one of a few PE funds in China focusing on the entire consumer and service sectors. It provides financial solutions that combine fund investment and asset management and investment bank financial services. The company runs 16 funds, with 9.4-billion in RMB and $300 million in dollars.
China Reform Holdings Corp
This was established on December 22, 2010 and has worked with the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission for optimal SOE distribution and structure It mainly engages in State-owned assets operation and management, with the central task of holding State-owned assets allocated by SASAC and for fund contributions. It works with SASAC to rework SOEs and integrate remaining or other assets of SOEs after they go public. It also helps with SOE competitiveness and with unlisted joint-stock system reform and provides auxiliary investment for emerging industries or those in national security.
This is a joint effort of Wu Ping (which holds 39.5%),Shanghai Jiading Venture Capital Management (20%), Shanghai Yueying Investment Management (1%) and Pan Jianyue (39.5%) with an experienced management team in industrial and business ventures, including with Synopsys, US National Semiconductor and Spreadtrum Communications.
This is a fund management institute established in 2002, with the focus on consumer investment, and with a professional investment team of more than 30, and offices in Shenzhen, Beijing and Shanghai. It has been named China's best consumer investment institute a number of times and now manages six RMB funds and a dollar fund and has investments in nearly 70 companies. It manages more than 6 billion yuan in assets and has more than 50 prominent projects, including Beijing Phoenix Gynecology Hospital, Zhouheiya, Ganqishi, Ciming Checkup, Dezhou braised chicken, and Bama Tea, many of which are leaders in their field.
Infotech Ventures Co
This was founded in 2000 as a venture capital and equity investment institute, with 130-million yuan in registered capital and has offices in Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and the US's Silicon Valley. It has National Development and Reform Commission, China Securities Regulatory Commission, and industrial association accreditation. It has backed numerous listed projects, including VIMC, Huatian Technology, iFlytek, GRG Banking, iSoftStone, Beijing Beilu Pharmaceutical, Green Eco-Manufacturer, Beijing Ingenic and TongTec, and manages more than 7 billion yuan in funds.
This was founded in February 2015 when Chinese and German governments signed a joint action plan on innovation, recognizing the significance of digitalized industrial production for both of the countries’ economic development. It was the first China-Europe global investment fund (mainly German-speaking areas), with a primary placement value of $1-billion. Its main contributors are famous global sovereign wealth funds and insurance groups and it focuses on industry 4.0 investment opportunities and with the goal of helping small-to-medium-sized enterprises in Germany go global. It also helps Chinese enterprises speed up their industrial improvement and efficiency for better investment opportunities in Germany through strict screening, sound investment, and a unique team. It applies flexible investment models and provides proper investment forms for multi-national equity cooperation, such as joint venture, joint development, minority holdings, and PIPE. Its HQ are in Hong Kong, with offices in Munich, Shanghai and Beijing.
Go Scale Capital
This focuses on new high-tech firms in China facing the global market. It manages funds worth $300-million and has established a long-term partnership with Mayfield Fund, a prominent venture investment fund in the US's Silicon Valley. It helps manage Mayfield China’s business and has offices in Beijing and Silicon Valley.
New airport city development fund
This was a joint effort of Beijing's Economic and Technological Investment and Development Corp, and insurance, loan and trust companies, as well as securities and big investment facilities. It deals with 1.5-billion yuan and FoFs and sub-funds. It handles equity investment, engineering construction, industrial development funds and other sub-funds and focuses on airport industrial chain investment and the construction of Beijing's Daxing International Airport and New Airport City infrastructure and industrial parks. It has also invested in land consolidation, infrastructure and airport industrial park development in the new airport city.