Full Name
Jing Ulrich
Job Title
Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Investment Banking
JP Morgan Chase
Speaker Bio
Jing Ulrich is Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Investment Banking at J.P.Morgan, based in New York. She provides strategic advice to the firm’s senior global clients across various sectors. Her work includes capital raising and other investment banking services for transformative companies in technology, industrial, energy and consumer markets. Ms. Ulrich received a Bachelor’s Degree with honors from Harvard University and a Master’s Degree from Stanford and is recognized as a leading expert on China and Asia Pacific. She facilitates partnerships across industries and geographical regions. Her insights and expertise bridge the gap between East and West, providing guidance on business and investment strategies to multinational companies, private equity and sovereign wealth funds.

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. In recent years, various publications have consistently ranked Ms. Ulrich among the top business elite in the world of finance.

Before assuming her current role in New York, Ms Ulrich spent over 20 years in Asia Pacific in a variety of senior roles in the financial industry. In her most recent position as J.P.Morgan’s Vice Chairman of Global Banking and Asia Pacific, Ms. Ulrich played an important role in key investment banking transactions in the region. Ms. Ulrich also created the world’s foremost China investment summit, attended each year by thousands of global business and government leaders. In addition to her full-time duties at J.P.Morgan, Ms. Ulrich serves on the Supervisory Board of Adidas, and the international advisory board of German multinational company Bosch. Previously Ms. Ulrich served as an independent director on the boards of Ermenegildo Zegna and GlaxoSmithKline, and as a member of the China Advisory Panel of real estate company CapitaLand as well as the Strategy Advisory Board of private equity firm L Catterton Asia.

Before joining J.P.Morgan in 2005, 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, Asia money, and Euromoney. Earlier in her career, Ms. Ulrich had worked in Washington DC as one of the first fund managers to focus on the Greater China markets.
Jing Ulrich