Changfa Capital (CC), a UK-headquartered global financial services firm, has announced the launch of a new cutting-edge share-matching service to connect unlisted companies with Changfa Capital’s Chinese and international investor network.
The firm’s soon to be launched online ‘VUCA Board’ platform will provide high-quality investment and advertisement opportunities across international capital markets, creating a truly global listing and settlement platform. As well as enabling access to secondary markets – including the world’s enduring growth engine, China – the platform will provide shareholders key investment insights into a range of private companies and sectors.
Many of Changfa Capital’s existing unlisted companies already operate globally across a variety of sectors, ranging from financial services, to food and drink. As investors continue to seek new exciting business opportunities, so do businesses require early-stage seed funding and capital for expansion. Changfa Capital provides a new fresh approach to marrying these two entities while providing access to the global financial hub that is Shanghai.
Liren Bian, UK Director at Changfa Capital, said: “We are delighted to launch our unique share-matching service here in the UK. Our decision to set-up here in the UK sits at the cornerstone of Changfa Capital’s international offering and growth strategy. In an increasingly interconnected world, Changfa Capital’s technology platform will provide a gateway to the global capital market at the click of a button.”
Changfa Capital’s unique share matching VUCA board’ offers:
- Market Transparency – Changfa Capital’s VUCA board platform helps investors and companies to remain in control of their capital and connect with one another in a safe regulated environment.
- Global Access – Changfa Capital aids the access of investor communities across global markets, listing growth companies with international operations across the VUCA Board digital platform.
- Liquidity – Changfa Capital’s VUCA board platform offers increased liquidity to existing shareholders and a possible route to exiting investments via its unique access to the Shanghai Financial District.