John Lin

John Lin

Portfolio Manager—China Equities

16 Years at AB
20 Years of experience

John Lin has been a Portfolio Manager of China Equities since 2013 and is responsible for managing the China A Shares Value, China Net Zero Solutions, China Low Volatility and All China Equity Strategies. He is also a Portfolio Manager for Emerging Markets Value Equities since 2021. From 2008 to 2022, Lin served as a senior research analyst, responsible for covering financials, real estate and conglomerate companies in Hong Kong and China. He joined the firm in New York in 2006 as a research associate, covering consumer services companies for US Small & Mid-Cap Value Equities. Previously, Lin was a technology, media and telecom investment banker at Citigroup. He holds a BS (magna cum laude) in environmental engineering from Cornell University, and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned the distinction Graduation with Honors. Location: Singapore

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