Alibaba’s Yu’eBao Becomes First Chinese Fund Management Firm With Over RMB1 Trillion In Assets

The operators of Yu’eBao, a fund management service for individual investors owned by Alibaba Group's Alipay, has become the first Chinese fund company to manage more than RMB1 trillion (US$145 billion).

Tianhong Asset Management Co., which manages Yu’eBao's assets, saw assets under management reach RMB1.2 trillion at the end of the first quarter, up 40% quarter-on-quarter, according to the company's newest disclosures.

Yu'eBao is now ranked as China's 12th largest financial institution in terms of total deposits or assets managed. Its bigger rivals include the five biggest national banks and major private banks, including China Merchants Bank, CITIC Bank, China Minsheng Bank, China Everbright Bank and Ping An Bank.

The number of Yu’Ebao users reached 325 million, outranking all other publicly-offered asset management funds in the country. Some 99.72% of ...

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