According to L 'Unione SARDA of Sardinia, Italy, on June 18, 2022, a mysterious Chinese woman has bought a super mansion in Sardinia for a one-time payment of 80 million euros, or about 564 million yuan.
According to the check information, the mysterious billionaire's name is Nani Wang. Instead of making instalments and avoiding taxes through the Cayman Islands, she wired €80m directly to the Swiss bank account of her US landlord.
The property that Ms Wang bought was once owned by British tycoon Lord Charles Crowe in the 1970s, and L 'Unione SARDA describes it as "a house in paradise". The property is too private to be accessed by pr traffic. It reportedly boasts 1,300 square metres of interior space, a helipad, a swimming pool, a cinema, three beaches and 49 rooms dotted with "the rarest and most unique" artwork.
As for the identity of the mysterious woman, L 'Unione SARDA said she was in charge of investment at JD.com and was 33 years old and born in Jiangsu Province. Nani Wang is a former board member of JD.com Health, according to the Bloomberg database, which did not provide further information.
But an SEC 13G filing on JD.com's investment in fashion and luxury e-commerce platform Farfetch lists Nani Wang as a director of Kadi Group Holdings and JD.com Investment Co LTD. Kadi is a Saudi Arabian company founded in 1938. All Kadi Group shares are held by JD Investment Co LTD, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of JD.com, according to the filing.
It is important to note that the 13G file, also known as a beneficial Ownership report, is one of the FDA schedules. The FDA requires that any individual or group that acquires more than 5 percent of a company's stock must report it to the AGENCY within 10 days. 13G documents allow the investing public to see who the majority shareholders of a public company are and why they are interested in the company. 13G documents can be a precursor to hostile takeovers, corporate breakups and other "change of control" events.
In addition, Nani Wang signed two other FDA documents relating to tuniu and Vipshop's share acquisitions as a director of JD Investment Co., Ltd. and JD Global Investment Co., LTD. In the three acquisitions and investment events of Tuniu, Vipshop and Fafaqi, liu Qiangdong was the other signer of JD.
Some netizens speculated that Nani Wang is Wang Nani. Wang is affiliated with 19 companies in China, according to enterprise Search. Two of the deregistration companies are represented by LIU Qiangdong, founder of JD.com, and Liu Qiangru, his sister. In addition, a number of companies connected to Wang nani have ties to Wu Jie. Many of the companies linked to Ms. Wu are affiliated with JD.com. According to media reports, Wu jie is liu qiangdong's cousin.
Not long ago, Mr. Liu continued to reduce his holdings in JD.com, cashing out more than 6 billion yuan.
Mr Liu sold 4.5 million shares of JD.com's Class A common stock, worth about rmb1.871 billion, on June 17, according to SEC data. Earlier, Mr. Liu sold down about 111 million shares of JD.com, worth about 4.38 billion yuan, through Max Smart Limited, a company he controls. In late April and early May, Liu also reduced his stake in JD Health worth about 380 million yuan. Relative to the total reduction, 560 million mansion is not expensive.