About the Speaker: Jasmine Xu
Jasmine Xu started her career at Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School as a founding member of the administration team. She became the Assistant Dean and Lecturer in Law overseeing the administration of the school. In 2013, Jasmine spent a summer at Goldman Sachs Asia, the top investment bank globally. She worked in the Wealth Management under Investment Management Group. In 2014, Jasmine officially joined Goldman Sachs Asia and is now based in Shanghai office. She mainly works with the top UHNIs and large family offices in China to design and execute long-term asset allocation plans for them.
Jasmine has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from China University of Geosciences, A Juris Master from Peking University, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from New York University.
About the Speaker: Sam Lee
Sam Lee started his career at HSBC Hong Kong as a Management Associate. His last position with HSBC was Relationship Manager in Corporate Banking. In 2011, Sam joined McKinsey & Company, the top management consulting firm globally. He was a Project Manager and worked across many different industries to help corporates with strategy, M&A, investments, market entry, marketing, operations, etc. In 2016, Sam joined Yoozoo (Youzu) Interactive, a video game company listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange with $4Bn USD market cap and over 2000 employees. Sam led the strategy planning team and was responsible for international collaboration, strategy, and market intelligence. In July 2017, Sam joined Kowloon Nights Fund as a founding team member. Kowloon Nights Fund provides project finance for independent PC/console video game developers globally.
Sam has a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree (First Class Honors) from Simon Fraser University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree (graduated with distinction, top 10% of class) from Cornell University.
This event is open to NYU Shanghai community only.
Talk hosted by the NYU Shanghai-ECNU Center on Global History, Economy and Culture