Jing is a Senior Director in Alternatives and Strategic Transactions team at Nuveen. She leads the build out of the data centre subsector of Nuveen Real Estate’s alternative portfolio.
Jing joined Nuveen from CBRE where she worked in the Data Centre Solutions team and provided advisory services in the Data Centre sector across APAC region. Prior to that, Jing worked for six years at Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR/S&P 500), where she held several management roles in portfolio asset management team and investment team. She also served as the company’s spokeswomen in Hong Kong. Jing started her real estate career at Eureka Fund Management (now known as AXA IM Australia) in 2006, where she managed the finance function for an AUD 800 million commercial property and hotel fund as part of the company’s AUD 4 billion AUM.
Jing graduated with a Bachelor’s of Law from Southwest University of Political Science and Law (China) and a Masters of Professional Accounting from Wollongong University (Australia) and she is a Certified Public Accountant.
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Source: Nuveen, 30 June 2023.
Past Mingtiandi Events
APAC Data Centre Forum 2021 — Data Centre Investment in Asia
APAC Data Centre Forum 2022 — Opportunities for Data Centres in Japan and Korea
APAC Data Centre Forum 2023 — Opportunities for Data Centres in Japan and Korea