Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc.'s financial services spin-out, JD Finance, is currently in the market raising fresh capital at a RMB50 billion valuation, a person with immediate knowledge of the matter told China Money Network.
Investment institutions and individuals can buy JD Finance shares with a minimum purchase of RMB200 million. If JD Finance does not complete an initial public offering within five years, the company will repurchase investor shares at an annualized return of 9.38%, according to a document obtained from one of China's big four state-owned banks.
JD.com did not immediately respond to China Money Network's inquiry to confirm or clarify JD Finance's fundraising activities.
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