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Jing Ulrich

Jing Ulrich

Managing Director JPMorgan Chase & Co.


Jing Ulrich is Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Global Banking and the Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Chase. She provides strategic advice to the firm’s most senior global clients across all sectors and asset classes while building relationships with executives at Asia’s leading enterprises. Ms. Ulrich works with all lines of business at JPMorgan Chase to foster greater cross-border collaboration and strengthen senior client relationships in the Asia Pacific and the rest of the world.

Educated at Harvard and Stanford Universities Jing is one of the most prominent advisors to the world’s largest asset management companies, sovereign wealth funds, and multinational corporations.

Jing has been ranked as one of Fortune Magazine's 50 Most Powerful Global Businesswomen. Forbes named her one of Asia’s 50 Power Businesswomen and ranked her among the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World. Various publications have consistently ranked Jing among the top business elite in Asia. She has also been dubbed as "the unofficial voice of China" and the "Oprah Winfrey of the investment world.”

Jing has been an important figure shaping the international community’s approach to investing in the Asia Pacific. She created the world’s foremost China investment summit, attended each year by thousands of global business and government leaders.

Jing serves as a member of the International Chamber of Commerce G20 CEO Advisory Group. In May 2019, global shareholders elected Jing to the Supervisory Board of Adidas for a five-year term. She also serves on the international advisory board of German multinational firm Bosch, the Strategy Advisory Board of Private equity firm L Catterton and China Advisory Panel of real estate company CapitaLand.

Before joining J.P. Morgan, Jing was a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank and CLSA Asia- Pacific Markets as well a fund manager focusing on Greater China.

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