Jianpu, a Chinese fintech platform, made its market debut on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday. Shares closed at $8.40 after pricing at $8 a share. David Ye, CEO of Jianpu, joined us on set to describe how the company leverages technology to offer 170,000 financial products to its users. The company is essentially a matchmaking service for Chinese consumers and financial service providers. Le calls Jianpu is the "Amazon for Financial Products in China." The company has capitalized on the internet boom by reaching over 67 million users on its open platform. The U.S. has seen a flood of Chinese IPOs recently, as companies benefiting from the country's rapid economic growth and emerging middle-class look for funding overseas. Some of these consumer lending companies have received criticism for their financial reporting. Le explains how the Jianpu can overcome the challenges of government regulation.