Dianrong is an Internet finance company headquartered in Shanghai. Founded in 2012 by Lending Club co-founder and former CTO Soul Htite, and finance law and private equity veteran Kevin Guo, Dianrong leverages technology to create a new wave of financial services for China and the world. With over 2,600 employees in 28 offices across China, Dianrong operates the largest online lending marketplace in China and provides unique banking solutions to financial institutions.

Their easy to use and secure online lending platform, www.Dianrong.com, facilitates personal and business loans by connecting quality borrowers to millions of potential lenders throughout China. Their technology minimizes acquisition, operation, and loan service costs, offering borrowers lower rates and lenders more attractive returns.

Their banking solutions help large financial institutions shift their traditional operating methods into a technology-driven business model meant for the digital age. They draw on technology and risk management systems that they have refined on their own platform over the years to offer the best solutions to their customers.

Since their inception in 2012, they have become a trusted brand with a proven track record of delivering exceptional products and services that delight their borrowers, lenders and business partners. They have been featured widely in domestic and international media, and have been named one of the most promising, fastest growing Internet companies in China.

At the end of 2015, they and Korean conglomerate Hanwha Group announced a new partnership which would lead to a joint venture based in Korea. This is their first step in their international expansion.

On March 15, 2016, they were elected vice chair of Association of Shanghai Internet Finance Industry. On March 25, they were elected to the executive director’s committee of the National Internet Finance Association of China, the only P2P lending company among 48 committee members. The association, started by the People’s Bank of China, is China’s national industry self-regulatory organization.