Welcome to Redi

Redi Investment is a leading global active asset manager. We exist to help clients achieve their long-term financial goals. Redi investment has a broad spectrum of investment capabilities, and a distribution team with global reach.

What we Offer?

Redi Invest created its own unique skills at fund investment and management, non-performing asset investment and finance consulting.

Fund Management

The Company fund investment and management business primarily engages in the professional investment and management of private equity funds.
The Company mainly focuses on private equity funds with growth potential and which primarily invest in domestic market in the PRC with strategic investments in buyout funds and funds with other geographic focus. Target industries include financial services, consumer & retail, energy & natural resources, and healthcare.

No-performing assets investment

The Company acquires, manages and disposes of distressed debt, distressed equity and other non-performing assets (together, “NPAs”) held by financial institutions. The Company profits from the acquisition of NPAs in bulk and individual disposals subsequently. With respect to NPAs that have value appreciation potential, the Company seeks to enhance the value of the acquired NPAs through measures such as additional investment, replacement of assets, debt restructuring and undertaking debt–to-equity swaps.

Finance Consulting

The Redi investment’s finance consulting can help drive efficiency in routine transactional processes, allowing a shift in focus to building the strategic value of the finance function. The Redi investment works with finance executives to steer strategy toward creating a value-driven finance organization.

Today Market

Stocks were mixed at the start of the trading day, as investors await further earnings reports.


The Dow was down 0.8%, or 223 points The S&P 500 was down 0.2% The Nasdaq was up 0.3% Microsoft (MSFT) opened higher after yesterday’s strong earnings, rising enough to bring its market capitalization above $1 trillion immediately after the market open. Shares were last up 3.7%. 3M (MMM) reported weakening sales and slashed its forward guidance, which is weighing on its stock and the Dow. The company’s shares were off 10.2%. Facebook (FB), which reported after the bell yesterday, was up 7.2%. The social media giant said it expected to pay up to $5 billion in a fine to the US Federal Trade Commission, but that doesn’t seem to faze investors.

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