Ying works on investments in both the Financial Services and the Healthcare sectors. In the Financial Services sector, she primarily focuses on the insurance, brokerage, alternative lending, and IT verticals. In the Healthcare sector, Ying targets companies in the specialty clinics, pharma distribution, and IT spaces.
Prior to La Tourelle Capital, Ying worked on direct and fund investments at Teachers' Private Capital, the private equity arm of the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. She worked previously at AIG, where she was a member of the founding team of AIG Energy, a principal investing and commodity trading platform. Ying started her career at J.P. Morgan with their energy investment banking team in New York.
She currently serves on the board of Humi.
Ying holds a MBA from Harvard Business School, where she was a winner of the Arthur Rock New Venture Competition. Ying is an officer of the HBS Club of Toronto. She also holds a BA in Computer Science and Economics from Wellesley College.
Ying was named as one of Canada's Top 50 Women in FinTech by the Digital Finance Institute, a Toronto-based think tank. The top 50 women in this report were selected based on their leadership, vision, innovation, level of engagement, impact and their commitment to the FinTech community. She was also named by the Canadian Board Diversity Council to the 2017 cohort of Diversity 50, which recognizes 50 candidates annually who have the knowledge, skills, and experience to lead in corporate Canada.
Ying was born in Shanghai and has lived across Asia and North America. She now resides in Toronto with her husband and five sons. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.
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