According to the official website of China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), the examination of qualified foreign institutional investor (QFII) of Sequoia China Equity Partners (SCEP), Sequoia Capital China's affiliate for open market, has been accepted.
Sequoia China Seed Fund announced on February 28 that its Fund III had raised $480 million last year and has officially entered the investment period. This is the third US dollar fund raising completed in five years since 2018.
Solidrocks Technology, a security company based in Ningbo, has recently received investment from Sequoia Capital China. The company's previous angel-round financing attracted participation from Plum Ventures and Weed Ventures Capital.
Fintech platform Airwallex on October 11 announced that it has recently closed E2 Series financing, garnering $100 million. Its total funding amount increased to more than $900 million, with the same $5.5 billion valuation.
Suzhou-based chip design company Yige Technology, also known as EagleChip, announced on August 31 its completion of angel investment totaling 286 million yuan ($41.5 million).
Virtual power plant operations and technology provider Vpptech has completed a pre-A round of financing worth tens of millions of yuan, following joint investment by Sequoia China Seed Fund and China Merchants Venture.
Global e-commerce SaaS platform Dianxiaomi announced on August 16 its completion of round-D financing totaling $110 million, led by Sequoia China and Softbank Vision Fund II.
Sequoia China on August 15 announced the establishment of a new startup accelerator program called YUÈ, which provides exclusive systematic entrepreneurship courses and resources for Chinese entrepreneurs from angel-round to A-round financing.
RaysEngine, a real-time rendering engine technology provider, has completed a pre-A round of financing, jointly led by Smart Internet Industry Fund, Zhongyuan Qianhai Equity Investment Fund and Qilu Qianhai Venture Capital Fund.
Neil Shen, the Founding and Managing Partner of Sequoia China, has recently sold more Meituan shares, after previously reducing his holdings by 21.07 million shares and cashing out HK$3.9 billion ($496.86 million) in early July.
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Prominent investment institution Sequoia China launched its first digital virtual employee, named Hóng, on July 11.
Sequoia Capital’s China affiliate has raised new funds totaling about $9 billion, to be used for investments in technology and healthcare. The firm received more than $12 billion in a 50% oversubscribed round.
Enpower Greentech, a solid-state battery innovation enterprise, announced on Thursday that it has raised $20 million in a Series-A+ round of financing led by Sequoia China and Dayone Capital.
Timecho, an industrial internet of things (IoT) service provider, announced on Wednesday that it has completed an angel round of financing worth nearly 100 million yuan ($14.92 million). This round was led by Sequoia Capital China.
Neptune Robotics announced on Friday it has completed round-A financing totaling 100 million yuan ($15.4 million). The leading investor was Sequoia China, while co-investors were Matrix Partners and SOSV.
Sequoia China announced Thursday that it has led round-A investment in DESTREE, a Paris-based fashion and accessories brand. The specific financing amount was not disclosed.
On Tuesday, Forbes released The Midas List of the top-performing investors from around the World in 2022. Neil Shen, the founding and managing partner of Sequoia China, ranked third in the world.
Neil Shen, the founding and managing partner of Sequoia Capital China and director of food delivery giant Meituan, had recently reduced his share holdings in the food delivery company.
Jinghai Technology, a SaaS solution provider in China, announced on Wednesday that it had completed an angel round financing worth tens of millions of yuan, led by Matrix Partners and Sequoia Capital China.