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Jing Ulrich in 2008.

Jing Ulrich (李晶)(b. Li Jing in 1967, Beijing, China) is managing director and chairman of JPMorgan's China equities and commodities business.[1][2] She is in charge of expanding JPMorgan's equities business in China and worldwide as well as developing business opportunities that arise from China's demand for commodities. In this capacity, Ulrich is responsible for strengthening the company's relationships with institutional investors, corporate clients, and Chinese regulatory authorities.

Ulrich also created and runs JPMorgan's "Hands-on China" series of expert speakers.[3] Each year she organizes a China-investor conference that brings together over two thousand fund managers, corporate executives, and outside experts to discuss opportunities for investing in China. Previous conferences run by Ulrich have included keynote speeches by former Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji and U.S. President Bill Clinton.[4]

In September 2009, Fortune Magazine named Jing Ulrich as one of the 50 most powerful international business women [5] , while the August 2008 edition of Forbes Magazine had put Ulrich on its list of the 100 most powerful women in the world. [6] The April 2009 publication of "商务周刊" (China's "Business Watch Magazine") listed her among the country's 25 business women elite,[7 ] and in May 2009, the Chinese journal "当代经理人" ("Contemporary Manager") named her one of the top ten business leaders in China. [8] Earlier, in October 2006, the South China Morning Post and the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong had chosen Ulrich as Hong Kong's Young Achiever of the Year[9] from among several hundred nominees.

As a prominent advisor to the world’s largest asset-management companies, sovereign-wealth and pension funds, Ulrich’s views influence the allocation of trillions of dollars in assets. She also serves as an advisor to Chinese institutions making investments overseas.

An annual poll of institutional investors, published in June 2007, ranked Ulrich as head of the top China team worldwide – a title she held five times, according to Institutional Investor magazine in June 2007, which put a photo of Ulrich on the cover of its international edition of that issue.[10] During the past twelve years, Ulrich has achieved recognition as the industry’s most respected China watcher. Until she moved into a more senior role, global investors in independent research polls of other publications such as Asiamoney magazine[11] repeatedly chose her as the best China strategist.

Print and TV media often interview Ulrich for her views on China. When traveling to the U.S. she is a frequent guest of Maria Bartiromo on CNBC's Closing Bell investor news program.[12] She has also appeared on the PBS Nightly Business Report.[2] In Asia she regularly speaks on Bloomberg Television.[13] Ulrich’s views, interviews, and columns often appear in publications such as The Financial Times, [14] The New York Times, [15] and The Wall Street Journal. [16]

From 2003 to 2005, Ulrich was managing director of Greater China equities at Deutsche Bank.[17] Before joining Deutsche Bank, Ulrich spent seven years at CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, where she led the top-ranked team covering the China market.[18]

Before 1996, Ulrich worked as a fund manager for Greater China at Emerging Markets in Washington, D.C. In 1990, she received a bachelor's degree with honors from Harvard University and in 1992 a master's degree from Stanford University.

In his 1990 autobiography, To Life: The Story of a Chicago Lawyer, the respected jurist, Elmer Gertz, a protégé of Clarence Darrow and defender of human rights, devoted several pages to Ulrich, whom he had met when she was still a teenager. Her drive and talent, even at that age, prompted him to predict she would one day become a leader of China.

A resident of Hong Kong, Jing Ulrich is bilingual in Mandarin and English.


  1. ^ William Mellor and Allen T. Cheng, Bloomberg News (23 May 2006). "To get rich is glorious and risky" (html). International Herald Tribune.  
  2. ^ a b Susie Gharib (21 June 2006). "One On One With Jing Ulrich, Chairman of Chinese Equities at J.P. Morgan" (html). Nightly Business Report transcripts.  
  3. ^ "(Example) Hands on China Series: Views you can use" (pdf). Environmental Education Media Project for China.'sSorrowEarth'sHope.pdf.  
  4. ^ Press Release (15 September 2003). "CLSA Holds Milestone 10th Investors’ Forum" (html). CLSA website..  
  5. ^ Jessica Shambora (28 September 2009). "50 Most Powerful Women in Business: International #49 Jing Ulrich" (html). Fortune Magazine website..  
  6. ^ Kate Macmillan (27 August 2008). "The 100 Most Powerful Women: #95 Jing Ulrich" (html). Forbes Magazine website..  
  7. ^ 张娅 (22 April 2009). "“她时代”商业女杰:李晶-摩根大通" (html). 商务周刊 website..  
  8. ^ Enterprising China Summit (30 May 2009). "2009年中国十大创业领袖" (html). 当代经理人 website..  
  9. ^ "The Six Megatrends Shaping China: Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman, China Equities, JPMorgan" (html). American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. 15 June 2007.,com_gigcal/task,details/gigcal_gigs_id,100/Itemid,483/.  
  10. ^ "Magazine cover" (html). Institutional Investor magazine. 13 June 2007.  
  11. ^ "Asiamoney site search, 4 articles shown" (html). Asiamoney magazine.  
  12. ^ "Search results for "Jing Ulrich" "Maria Bartiromo"" (html). Google search.  
  13. ^ "Search results for "Jing Ulrich" Bloomberg" (html). Google search.  
  14. ^ "Search results for "Jing Ulrich" and “The Financial Times”" (html). Google search.  
  15. ^ "Search results for "Jing Ulrich" and “The New York Times”" (html). Google search.  
  16. ^ "Search results for "Jing Ulrich" and “The Wall Street Journal”" (html). Google search.  
  17. ^ Press Release (7 April 2003). "Deutsche Bank appoints Head of Equity Research for Greater China" (html). Deutsche Bank website..  
  18. ^ "CLSA Global Emerging Markets: First Team - China" (html). Institutional Investor website.  

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