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Jie Lu

Head of Investments China
China is probably the best place for active investors as there is no other market of this size and liquidity that offers so many alpha opportunities. More excitingly, it is still a young market with great potential in market reform and sustainability investing

Jie Lu is Head of Investments China in the Asia Pacific team. Before joining Robeco in 2015, he worked at Norges Bank Investment Management as a Portfolio Manager in Shanghai from 2011 to 2015, and as an Analyst in Hong Kong from 2009 to 2011. Prior to that, he worked at the M&A department of Morgan Stanley Asia. Jie started his career at Motorola in 2000 and is a native Mandarin Chinese speaker. He holds an MBA with Distinction in Finance and Marketing from Northwestern University in the US. He also holds a Master’s in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor's in Biochemistry from Fudan University in China.
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