Senior Leadership Team
Jennie Jiang is a Managing Director at Highmore.
Jennie Jiang is a Principal at Highmore. Prior to joining Highmore, Jennie was a Senior Director in the Alternative Investments Group at Oppenheimer & Co. where she designed and headed the quantitative analytics platform that included models for portfolio rebalancing, risk and liquidity management. Jennie was also responsible for sourcing and evaluating emerging hedge fund managers as well as investment teams focused on private credit and asset-based investment strategies.
Prior to joining OAM in 2012, Jennie was a Vice President and Senior Quantitative Analyst in the TPG Alternative Solution team at Citibank. At Citibank, she developed the Global Advisory Platform, a proprietary quantitative tool that included a qualitative forward looking overlay, aiming to deliver optimized allocation solutions to ultra-high net worth and institutional clients in terms of their alternative investment allocations. Jennie also served as a portfolio manager for 2 proprietary hedge fund of funds and managed accounts totaling $200M. Prior to joining Citibank, Jennie was a member of the Alternative Investment Solutions group at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch focusing on 3rd Party fund of funds due diligence and advisory services. As Vice President and Head of Market Intelligence, Jennie spearheaded the creation and oversight of multiple asset allocation models and devised a proprietary hedge fund ranking system. She also worked on providing customized advice and guidance to clients on their portfolio construction, specifically, the incorporation of alternative investments into portfolios dominated by traditional investments.
Before joining Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, Jennie was a senior structurer in the Asset Backed Securities Group at UBS Investment Bank, where she focused on the structure design and pricing for aviation-related asset-backed securitizations. Jennie started her career at Moody’s Investors Service as a Senior Associate in the Structured Finance Department, focusing on building cash flow models and subsequent monitoring for esoteric asset-backed securitizations using Monte Carlo simulation. Jennie received an MSc in Statistics from Harvard University and a BS in Statistics from Peking University, China.