The Wholly-Owned Operating Subsidiary of China Finance, Inc., Shenzhen Hua Yin Guaranty and Investment Limited Liability Corporation, Enters into a $2.15 Million Loan Guarantee Transaction

2008-09-18 03:06 730

NEW YORK and SHENZHEN, China, Sept. 18 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- China Finance, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CHFI) (the “Company”), a provider of financial support and services for China’s large and rapidly expanding class of small and medium enterprises, today announced that the Company’s wholly-owned operating subsidiary, Shenzhen Hua Yin Guaranty and Investment Limited Liability Corporation (“SHY”) has agreed to guarantee a $2.15 million (RMB15 million) loan from China Construction Bank, Shenzhen Branch (“CCB”) to a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Digital Communication Group (OTC Bulletin Board: CHID), Shenzhen E’Jenie Science and Technology Company Limited (“E’Jenie”).

On August 27, 2008, SHY entered into a loan guarantee agreement with CCB and E’Jenie with respect to the E’Jenie loan, the proceeds of which will be used by E’Jenie to expand its business through acquisitions. The loan has a term of one year at an interest rate of 8.59%, with principal and interest payments to be made on a monthly basis. E’Jenie has paid SHY a fee of $110,000 in exchange for the loan guarantee. If E’Jenie pays the loan in accordance with its terms, SHY will have no payment obligation under the loan guarantee agreement. However, SHY and China Finance are subject to the risk that if E’Jenie defaults on the loan SHY will be responsible for any unpaid portion of the Loan.

Ms. Ann Yu, the Company’s CEO, stated: “China Finance is very pleased that we have been able to enter into this loan guarantee transaction. We are pleased that the company has been able to establish strong relationships with our clients and lending banks based on the company’s strong operations and credibility.”


China Finance, Inc. provides financial support and services - primarily in the form of surety guarantees, loan guarantees, or short-term loans - to privately owned SMEs when they seek access to capital or to be acquired by a United States reporting company. China Finance provides its services through its wholly-owned indirect subsidiary, Shenzhen Hua Yin Guaranty and Investment Limited Liability Corporation (“SHY”), which is located in the financial district of Shenzhen, China.

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Source: China Finance, Inc.
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