Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Asia Pacific, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jing Ulrich is managing director and vice chairman of Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Chase. She provides strategic advice to the firm’s most senior global clients across all sectors – plus 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 Asia Pacific and the rest of the world.
Educated at Harvard and Stanford Universities, Ms Ulrich is one of the most prominent advisors to the world’s largest asset-management companies, sovereign wealth funds, and multinational corporations. Her views influence the allocation of trillions of dollars of investment.
Ms Ulrich has received numerous accolades for her work in the industry. She has been ranked 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. Additionally, the South China Morning Post selected Ms Ulrich as one of the top 25 Most Inspirational and Influential Women in Hong Kong. In recent years, publications including China Daily, China Entrepreneur magazine and FinanceAsia have consistently ranked Ms Ulrich among the top business elite in Asia. She has also been dubbed "the unofficial voice of China", and the "Oprah Winfrey of the investment world.”
Because of her in-depth knowledge of China’s links with the rest of the world, Ms Ulrich has been an important figure shaping the international community’s approach to investing in Asia Pacific. In her previous position, she established J.P. Morgan’s Hands-on-China Series, which became a leading forum for views and research on China’s transformation. Ms Ulrich also created the world’s foremost China investment summit. In addition, Ms Ulrich serves as a member of the International Chamber of Commerce G20 CEO Advisory Group. She also serves on the international advisory board of German multinational company Bosch, the Strategy Advisory Board of private equity firm L Catterton and the China Advisory Panel of real estate company CapitaLand.
Before joining J.P. Morgan, Ms Ulrich was a managing director at Deutsche Bank and CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, where she led the top-ranked team covering China. Global institutional investors regularly voted her the best China strategist in polls conducted by Institutional Investor, Asiamoney, and Euromoney. Before moving to Asia, Ms Ulrich worked in Washington DC as one of the first fund managers to focus on the Greater China markets.