Where It All Begins...

The establishment of Fintopia began over a cup of coffee between two bright-eyed Facebook and Microsoft engineers who also happened to be college buddies. Imbued by the spirit of changing the world with technology, the two quickly realized their skillsets were primed to build the next generation credit analysis system, one that would be driven by A.I. and transform the way people access credit and make investments.

The idea was quickly translated into action, and Fintopia began operation in Beijing, PRC in September 2015. Since then, Fintopia has flourished quickly to become a leading marketplace matching financing and investment needs for the public.

Leadership

yongyanliu

Co-Founder, CEO

  • The architect who built the global payment platforms from grounds up at Facebook
  • Senior engineer at Google Shopping at Google
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science from Fudan University in 2007
bogeng

Co-Founder, CTO

  • Senior research software development engineer at Microsoft’s Bing Application and Service Group
  • Received Ph.D. in signal and information processing from Peking University in 2012 and bachelor’s degree in computer science from Fudan University in 2007
xudongjia

CPO

  • Executive product officer at the product operation department of Jumei.com
  • Senior product manager at the product department of JD.com
  • Product manager in Weibo.com mobile department
  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Hunan University in 2010
junyan

CMO

  • VP of Kunlun Tech (SZ:300418) game department of Beijing Kunlun
  • EMBA from China Europe International Business School in 2017
  • Bachelor’s degree in management science from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 2007
simonng

CFO

  • Deputy CFO of Forgame Holdings (484.HK)
  • 10 years of corporate finance experience at investment banks and private equity firms such as Barclays, Lehman Brothers and Riverside Company in U.S. and Hong Kong
  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration in finance from Tepper School of Business Carnegie Mellon University in 2005