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    Building Consumer Ecosystems, Informed by Data, Powered by Technology

    ClearVue Partners is a private equity firm focused on investing in the consumer sector of China by building consumer ecosystems, informed by data, and powered by technology. We invest along the consumer megatrend themes of modernization & new retail, lifestyle, health & wellness, and the digital consumer.We target growth stage investments in fast growing and promising local companies, enable market entry for leading international consumer brands into China, and develop top tier brands and businesses. Our team has a unique combination of investment and senior operations experience from the US and Greater China with an advisory group of recognized business pioneers in the consumer industry. We believe in operational value add for our portfolio investments, and bring global and multi-national best practices and relationships to rapidly growing companies in China.



    ClearVue Partners completes USD$362 million Fund II targeting China consumer market

    ClearVue Partners completes USD$362 million Fund II targeting China consumer market  SHANGHAI, April 20, 2017 – Shanghai-based private equity firm ClearVue Partners (“ClearVue”) announced today that it has completed the final closing of its second fund ClearVue Partners II, L.P. exceeding its target with total committed capital of USD$362 million. […]

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    Will Chen speaks on a panel in the conference AVCJ China 2017

    Visit the link to find more information about the conference: http://www.avcjchina.com/static/programme-1

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    Used car trading platform Uxin steers for an US IPO

    2017-11-10 /

    Chinese second-hand car trading platform Uxin, more commonly known as Youxin in Chinese, is planning for an $800 million IPO in the US market, IFR has reported citing people familiar with the matter.


    China’s Zhong An aims to raise at least $1 billion in Hong Kong IPO

    2017-06-26 /

    Zhong An Online Property and Casualty Insurance, China’s first online-only insurer, has resumed a plan to raise $1 billion or more in a Hong Kong