Top 25 most powerful Chinese businesswomen of 2012

By Lin Liyao
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   Jing Ulrich (李晶)

 Company: JP Morgan China (摩根大通公司中国区)

Headquarters: Hong Kong

Main focus: Banking

Title: Managing director and chairwoman

Age: 45

2011 Rank: 16

Graduated from Harvard and Stanford universities, Jing Ulrich is one of the most prominent advisors to the world's largest asset management companies, as well as pension and sovereign wealth funds. From 1994 to 1996, she worked as a fund manager for Greater China at Emerging Markets Management in Washington, D.C. From 2003 to 2005, she acted asmanaging director of Greater China equities with Deutsche Bank.

Since 2005, Ulrich has been the managing director and chairwoman of Global Markets-China at JP Morgan. Thanks to her in-depth knowledge of the Chinese market, Jing helps to bridge the cultural divide between China and the West, and is known as the unofficial voice of China. In August this year, Jing Ulrich was named one of Forbes' "Asia's 50 Powerful Businesswomen."

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