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China International Capital Corporation

China International Capital Corporation

An investment bank and venture capital firm in China that focuses on providing services to the telecoms, financial services, energy, transportation and manufacturing sectors

China International Capital Corporation is an investment bank and venture capital firm in China that focuses on providing services to the telecoms, financial services, energy, transportation and manufacturing sectors. Founded 1995 in Beijing, China, it invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, series C, series D, series B, series A, and post-IPO equity. Its portfolio companies include Luckin Coffee, Zhangshang Tangyi, Lansus Technologies, DataExa, and Gaosi Education Group. As of February 2020, CICC has made 54 investments. Their most recent investment was on December 20, 2019, when Lansus Technologies raised CN¥100M. CICC has had 11 exits., the most notable of which include UCloud Information Technology, Luckin Coffee, and Zhong An. CICC has raised two funds, their latest being Biomedicine Fund. This fund was announced on February 14, 2020 and raised a total of $229M.

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June 25, 2021
WebWire
Syngenta Group Co., Ltd. ("Syngenta Group" or the "Group"), a global leader in agricultural science and innovation, announced that it had taken a preparatory step towards a possible initial public offering ("IPO") on the Science and Technology Innovation Board of the Shanghai Stock Exchange, commonly referred to as the STAR Market. The Company's tutoring financial advisors China International Capital Corporation (CICC), BOC International and CITIC Securities have filed a "pre-listing tutor...
Chris Udemans
November 18, 2019
TechNode
Louis Hsieh was key in the company's IPO and his resignation led to much speculation.
Wang Xueqiao
November 5, 2019
Financial Times

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