Saixin Electronics plans to raise 623 million yuan, of which 155 million yuan will be used for R&D and industrialization projects of lithium battery protection chips, 116 million yuan will be used for power management chip R&D and industrialization projects, and 172 million yuan will be used for lithium battery metering chips. For R&D and industrialization projects, 180 million yuan will be used to supplement working capital.
Saixin Electronics is a professional integrated circuit design enterprise. Its main business is the research and development, design and sales of analog chips such as lithium battery protection chips and power management chips.
The products of Saixin Electronics are mainly used in smart wearable devices, electronic cigarettes, mobile power supply and other fields, and have been used in Xiaomi, OPPO, vivo, Honor, Wanderers, JBL, Anker, Belkin, Maxwell, Nanfu Battery, Wanmo, etc. It has been applied in brand products, and the annual sales volume of the company’s products will exceed 1 billion in 2021.
The prospectus shows that the revenue of Saixin Electronics in 2019, 2020, and 2021 will be 135 million yuan, 184 million yuan, and 245 million yuan, respectively; the net profit will be 28.53 million yuan, 49.91 million yuan, and 71.35 million yuan respectively; net profit after deduction They were 27.63 million yuan, 48.43 million yuan, and 65.15 million yuan respectively.
The actual controller, Tan Jian, is American
Before the IPO, JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) directly held 4.4% of the shares of Saixin Electronics; indirectly held 61.01% of the shares through Saixin Enterprise Management, which is wholly-owned by Hong Kong Saixin; held 0.72% of the shares through Saichi Information, A total of 66.13% of the shares are held.
Since its establishment, JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) has been in charge of overall planning and arranging the daily production and operation of the company. Therefore, JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) is the actual controller of Saixin Electronics.
JIAN TAN (Tan Jian): born in 1970, American nationality, with permanent residency in China, Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. He graduated from the Department of Automation of Tsinghua University with a bachelor’s degree, and studied in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado and the Department of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University for his master’s and doctoral degrees respectively. From June 1998 to July 2002, he was the principal researcher of the core research laboratory of Lucent Bell Labs;
JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) From August 2002 to June 2007, he founded Enpirion Inc. as a co-founder and served as the technical director of Enpirion Inc.; since October 2008, he founded Saixin Microelectronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., Suzhou Saixin Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. and other companies are currently the legal representative, chairman, general manager and R&D director of the company.
Suzhou Saichi Information Consulting Partnership (Limited Partnership) holds 8.78%, National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund Phase II Co., Ltd. holds 5.16%, and Li Ming and GE GARY LI (Li Ge) hold 2.88% respectively. , Jiangsu Yuquan Yuanhe Puhua Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) holds 2.76%, and Goertek Co., Ltd. holds 2.58%.
After the IPO, JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) is still the actual controller of the company.
Among them, Saixin Enterprise Management (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. holds 45.76% of the shares, and Suzhou Saichi Information Consulting Partnership (Limited Partnership) holds 6.59% of the shares;
National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund Phase II Co., Ltd. holds 3.87% of the shares, JIAN TAN (Tan Jian) holds 3.3% of the shares, and Li Ming and GE GARY LI (Li Ge) hold 2.16% of the shares respectively.
Jiangsu Yuquan Yuanhe Puhua Equity Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) holds 2.07% of the shares, and Goertek Co., Ltd. holds 1.93% of the shares.
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