U.S. exchanges are set to record their busiest year for IPOs from Asian firms since 2010. Now, Alibaba-backed consumer-lending company Qudian is making its mark as the biggest U.S. listing by a Chinese firm this year. Carl Yeung, CFO of Qudian, joins us on the day of the company's impressive market debut. After pricing at $24 per ADS, the stock opened for trading at $34.35. Yeung discussed why investors should be optimistic about the opportunity in small cash lending in China. With the backing of Alibaba and partnership with Ant Financial, the company has seen user growth skyrocket.