According to a newsletter from DN.com the popular Chinese registrar/marketplace Ename has gone public.
According to the statistic in the Information Disclosure, eName was established on 19th May, 2005. It had a revenue of ￥260 million CNY and net profit of ￥27.9 million CNY in the year 2015, and a revenue of ￥167.5 million CNY and net profit of ￥11.9 million CNY in the year 2014.
Here is a link to the National Equities Exchange and Quotations. They appear to be the Chinese S.E.C or Nasdaq.
The company’s operating objective is: adhere to open, fair and impartial manner, and improve the functioning of markets, strengthening market services, maintaining market order, and promote innovation in the market, investors and other market participants to protect the legitimate rights and interests of the body, and promote the healthy development of the OTC market promoting private investment and development of SMEs, effectively serve the real economy.