NetEase Extends Online Payment Capabilities to Provide Payment and Settlement Services for Wealth Management Products
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SOURCE NetEase, Inc.
BEIJING, June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES), one of China's leading Internet and online game services providers, today announced that its online payment platform, Wangyibao, has secured a license from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (the "CSRC") to provide payment and settlement services for wealth management products.
"To meet license application requirements from the CSRC, we have built a highly secure and efficient information system with effective risk management policies for payment and settlement services. Wangyibao can now enable settlement institutions to authenticate and settle with multiple banks while lowering their operating costs," said Mr. William Ding, Chief Executive Officer and Director of NetEase. "We look forward to becoming a valuable e-payment choice for both wealth managers and investors."
About NetEase, Inc.
NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES) is a leading Internet technology company in China. Dedicated to providing online services centered around content, community, communication and commerce, NetEase develops and operates some of China's most popular online games, e-mail services, advertising services, mobile applications and games, and web portals. In partnership with Blizzard Entertainment, NetEase also operates one of the most popular international online games in China, World of Warcraft®, as well as StarCraft® II and Hearthstone™: Heroes of Warcraft™. For more information, please visit: http://ir.netease.com/
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