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    Venture Capital ReportC h i n a | 4 Q | 2 0 1 6

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    VENTURE CAPITAL REPORT

    The following report presents Dow Jones VentureSource’s quarterly findings for Chinese venture capital fundraising, investment, valuation, and liquidity. The included charts and graphs offer a comprehensive view of the trends currently affecting the venture capital market.

    Highlights for 4Q 2016 include:

    • Both the venture capital fundraising amount and the number of funds in China dropped from the previous quarter;

    • Venture capital investment into Chinese companies climbed slightly from 3Q 2016, while the number of deals declined;

    • Amount raised through mergers and acquisitions (M&As) experienced a significant decrease from last quarter, while capital raised via initial public offerings (IPOs) increased dramatically.

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    CHINESE VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDRAISING DECREASESIN 4Q 2016

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    FUNDRAISING

    Chinese VC Fundraising (2013–2016)Based on multiple closings

    Chinese venture fundraising reached $0.59 billion across 6 funds in 4Q 2016. Compared with 3Q 2016, total capital raised dropped significantly by 69%, while the number of fund closings declined by 25%.

    • In comparison with the same period last year, dollars raised dropped by 47%, the number of funds closed declined by 50%. This quarter reached the lowest amount in 2016 for Chinese VC Fundraising.

    • Qiming RMB Fund IV LP was the largest China-based venture fund of 4Q 2016, raising $217.56 million and accounting for 37% of the total amount raised in funds during the quarter.

    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Amount Raised ($B) $1.22 $0.79 $4.07 $0.84 $1.21 $2.78 $1.66 $1.80 $1.10 $1.92 $1.46 $1.92 $0.59

    Number of Funds 16 10 19 12 17 18 23 14 12 9 12 8 6

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    LARGEST VC FUNDS RAISED IN 4Q 2016

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    FUNDRAISING

    Firm Name Fund Name Amount ($M) Closed in 3Q Location Offering Status Fund Type Fund Category Closing Type

    Qiming Venture Partners Qiming RMB Fund IV LP $217.56 Shanghai Closed Multi-stage venture capitalVenture Capital Final

    CMC Capital Partners CMC Capital Partners II $182 Beijing Open Multi-stage venture capitalVenture Capital First

    Long Hill Capital Management Long Hill Capital Venture Partners 1 LP $125 Shanghai Closed Early-stage venture capitalVenture Capital Final

    CanWell Fund CanWell Fund $29.98 Beijing Open Multi-stage venture capitalVenture Capital First

    Huiyin Blockchain Ventures Huiyin Blockchain Venture Capital Fund $20 Shanghai Closed Multi-stage venture capitalVenture Capital Final

    Wuhu Iflytek Investment Management LLP Anhui Iflytek Venture Capital LLP $13.08 Hefei, Anhui Open

    Multi-stage venture capital

    Venture Capital First

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    VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT INCREASES IN CHINA DURING 4Q 2016

    In 4Q 2016, equity financings into China-based companies raised more than $7 billion across 464 deals. Compared to 3Q 2016, the capital raised climbed by 1%, while the number of deals decreased by 4%.

    • Compared with the same period last year, both dollars invested and the number of deals went down, 33% and 16% respectively.

    • Consumer Services remained the strongest sector in terms of attracting investment and deal flow.

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    FINANCING

    Equity Financings into China-based, VC-backed Companies (2013–2016)

    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Amount Raised ($B) 1.69 2.73 5.04 4.20 7.54 9.24 11.24 16.43 11.24 12.32 12.97 7.42 7.50

    Number of Deals 189 202 248 365 441 409 544 583 554 439 500 481 464

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    Number of Deals

    EQUITY FINANCINGS INTO CHINA-BASED, VC-BACKED COMPANIES, BY ROUND CLASS (2013–2016)

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    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Seed 20 38 39 49 59 70 52 75 57 43 42 76 46

    First 110 108 118 207 235 202 289 288 272 204 224 209 209

    Second 21 29 53 60 77 67 105 130 125 101 119 93 84

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    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Seed 19 26 52 44 55 75 52 79 41 55 37 84 40

    First 568 574 788 954 1,439 1,538 1,656 3,774 2,283 1,391 1,326 1,516 1,667

    Second 229 632 998 1,200 1,781 1,843 4,047 3,355 1,723 1,580 1,519 1,950 1,297

    Later 854 539 2,132 1,925 3,801 5,529 4,347 8,665 5,111 8,700 9,622 3,219 3,088

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    EQUITY FINANCINGS INTO CHINA-BASED, VC-BACKED COMPANIES, MEDIAN DEAL SIZE [$M] (2013–2016)

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    Median Equity Deal Size ($M)

    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Median Equity Deal Size ($M) $3.75 $4.00 $5.94 $4.51 $5.00 $5.00 $4.99 $5.00 $5.50 $6.29 $4.84 $4.52 $5.00

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    EQUITY FINANCINGS INTO CHINA-BASED, VC-BACKED COMPANIES, BY INDUSTRY GROUP (4Q 2016)

    Consumer Services companies remained the strongest sector during 4Q 2016. It attracted $2.5 billion via 194 deals. Compared to last quarter, amount raised is down by 10% while the number of deals dropped by 6%. The sector attracted a 33% share of total deals invested for the quarter.

    Business and Financial Services ranked second. The sector garnered $2.3 billion across 122 deals, a 6% increase in dollars raised and a 5% increase in deal flow compared to the prior quarter.

    Information Technology placed third, receiving nearly $1.9 billion across 96 deals. Sector investment climbed from 3Q 2016 by 7%, while the number of deals increased by 1%.

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    FINANCING4Q'16 Industry BreakdownBy Number of Deals

    4Q’16 Industry BreakdownBy Amount Raised

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    TOP 5 DEALS INTO CHINA-BASED VC-BACKED COMPANIES (4Q 2016)

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    Co. Name Location Industry Code Industry Segment Industry Group Brief Description Close Date Round TypeRaised ($M)

    Round Investors (* denotes lead)

    Xuanyixia (Beijing) Technology Co. Ltd.

    (Miaopai)Beijing Communications Software Software Information Technology

    Provider of video playing and sharing software for mobile phones. 11/21/2016 5th 500.00

    Advantech Capital Partners Ltd., Axiom Asia Private Capital Pte Ltd., Beijing WeiyingshidaiTechnology Co. Ltd., China Everbright Ltd., Fenghuang Investment, iDreamSky Capital, Shanghai Media Group Broadband, Shanghai Television, Sina Weibo Fund*

    Zhuhai Yinlong New Energy Ltd. (Yinlong

    Group) Zhuhai Power Supplies Electronics and Computer Hardware Information Technology

    Manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries. 12/15/2016 Corporate 435.98

    Beijing Yanzhao Huijin International Investment Co. Ltd., China International Marine Containers Co. Ltd., Individual Investor(s), JD.com Inc., Wanda Group

    Shouqi Rental Co. Ltd. (Izuche) Beijing

    Transportation Services Travel and Leisure Consumer Services

    Provider of online-to-offline (O2O) car rental services. 12/27/2016 Later 312.45

    CCB International Holdings Ltd., Taiping Asset Management Co. Ltd.*, Tianan Property Insurance Co. Ltd., Zimu (Beijing) Fund Management Co. Ltd.

    Yisheng Financial Service Holding Group Co. Ltd.

    (Easylife Financial Services; Easypay)

    BeijingPersonal /

    Commercial Banking

    Financial Institutions and Services

    Business and Financial Services Provider of travel financial services. 12/29/2016 3rd 276.12

    CapitaLand Fund Investment, Chongqing Aviation Investment Tourism Development Fund, H Capital Online, Jining Culture & Tourism Development Fund Ltd., Shandong Binhai Investment Management Co. Ltd., Sinolink DingxingInvestment Co. Ltd.

    Innovent Biologics Inc. Suzhou Biotechnology Therapeutics Biopharmaceuticals Healthcare Provider of monoclonal antibodies. 11/28/2016 First Round 260.00

    China Life Investment Holding Co. Ltd., HillhouseCapital Management Ltd., Legend Capital Co. Ltd., Ping An Insurance Co. of China Ltd., SDIC Fund Management (Beijing) Co. Ltd., Shanghai Smilestone Assets Management Co. Ltd., TaikangLife Insurance, Temasek Holdings Pvt. Ltd.

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    MOST ACTIVE INVESTORS FOR CHINA-BASED, VC-BACKED COMPANIES (4Q 2016)

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    VENTURE M&A MARKET ACTIVITY IN CHINA (4Q 2016)

    3 M&As were completed by venture-backed companies in China during 4Q 2016, garnering a total of $ 0.31 billion.

    • In contrast with 3Q 2016, both the number of deals and the amount raised dropped significantly, 70% and 85% separately.

    • The largest M&A was Beijing HuanlexueTechnology Co. Ltd. (Kuailexue), a provider of mobile learning app. It was acquired by Langkoo Inc. (Beijing, China) on November 17, 2016 for USD 13M.

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    LIQUIDITY

    China VC-backed M&A Activity (2013 – 2016)

    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Amount Paid ($B) 0.36 0.44 5.17 0.77 2.01 2.28 5.58 0.80 3.16 0.49 2.43 1.99 0.31

    Number of M&As 7 3 10 6 9 10 20 4 12 4 6 10 3

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    CHINESE VC-BACKED IPOs (2013-2016)

    45 VC-backed companies went public during 4Q 2016 in China, collecting $7.14 billion.

    • The deal number increased significantly by 61% compared to the previous quarter, while the amount raised is more than five times of the capital raised in 3Q 2016.

    • The largest IPO of this quarter was Bank of Shanghai Co. Ltd. (SSE: 601229), a provider of banking products and services to individuals, corporations, government agencies, and financial institutions principally in mainland China. It raised $1.55 billion through the listing.

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    LIQUIDITY

    Chinese VC-backed IPO Activity (2013-2016)

    4Q'13 1Q'14 2Q'14 3Q'14 4Q'14 1Q'15 2Q'15 3Q'15 4Q'15 1Q'16 2Q'16 3Q'16 4Q'16Raised ($B) through IPO $1.63 $2.05 $2.75 $1.06 $1.44 $1.76 $5.61 $0.22 $0.69 $0.60 $0.67 $1.27 $7.14

    Number of IPOs 12 27 11 9 15 23 45 2 12 10 8 28 45

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    TOP 3 CHINA IPOs (4Q 2016)

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    Company Name Location Brief Description Industry Code Industry Segment Industry Group Close Date Round Type

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    Bank of Shanghai Co. Ltd. Shanghai

    Provider of banking products and services to individuals, corporations, government

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    Business and Financial Services 11/16/2016 IPO $1547.57 SSE: 601229

    ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. (ZTO

    Express)Shanghai Provider of logistic and express delivery services.

    Logistics / Delivery Services

    Wholesale Trade and Shipping

    Business and Financial Services 10/27/2016 IPO $1405.95 NYSE: ZTO

    Meitu Inc. XiamenProvider of mobile applications

    for mobile video and photography.

    Recreational / Home Software Software

    Information Technology 12/15/2016 IPO $629.12 HKEx: 01357

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    The investment figures included in this release are based on aggregate findings of Dow Jones' proprietary research and are contained in VentureSource. This data was collected through surveys of professional firms, interviews with company executives, and from secondary sources. These venture capital statistics cover equity investments into early stage, innovative companies, and do not include companies receiving funding solely from corporate, individual, and/or government investors. Figures contained throughout the report current at time of editorial but are subject to change without notice. No statement herein is to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell securities or to provide investment advice.

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