U51.com, a Chinese credit card management mobile app, has raised a $310 million Series C round led by A-share listed property developer Xinhu Zhongbao and domestic VC firm Tiantu Capital.
The round values the company at more than $1 billion. Other investors include HG Capital, Guosen Securities' venture arm Guosen Hongsheng Venture Capital, Qianhe Capital and Hongtai Aplus Fund. Fancheng...
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