Women in finance: Jing Ulrich

JP Morgan's Jing Ulrich is recognised by FinanceAsia for promotion of the China Global Summit and deftly advising the bank's top-tier clients.

If Jing Ulrich ever met a glass ceiling it would probably soon regret the encounter. While she notes there’s something amiss in a system that sees many women chief financial officers but precious few CEOs, her own career has been one of barrier-busting.

The Harvard and Stanford-educated Beijing native has in effect defined her own role at JP Morgan, rising to managing director and vice-chairman Asia-Pacific while becoming one of the most recognisable financiers in Greater China. Ulrich is a relationship banker who provides top tier clients from multinationals to sovereign wealth funds with impartial macro analysis across sectors and geographies.

Recently marking her 10th year...

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