The Investment Thesis for China With Jason Hsu (EP160)

Updated: May 2



The investment thesis for China can sometimes be difficult for Financial Advisors to parcel through. Jason Hsu is the founder, chairman and CIO of Rayliant Global Advisors, a global investment management group with more than US$25 billion in AUM, and an expert on issues surrounding investing in China.

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Connect With Jason:


LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jasonchsu


Twitter: https://twitter.com/hsu_jason


Follow Rayliant Global Advisors:


LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/rayliantglobaladvisors


Twitter: https://twitter.com/rayliant


About Jason:


Jason is founder, chairman and CIO of Rayliant Global Advisors (RGA), a global investment

management group with more than US$25 billion in assets managed using its strategies, as

of Dec 31, 2020. Rayliant applies quantitative methods to access behavioral-based alpha

prevalent in inefficient markets like China. Jason also co-founded Research Affiliates, a

smart beta and asset allocation leader with over US$145 billion in assets managed using its

strategies.


Jason sits on the editorial board of the Financial Analysts Journal, the Journal of Investment

Management, the Journal of Investment Consulting and the Journal of Index Investing. He

is an adjunct professor of finance at UCLA Anderson School of Management, and a visiting

professor at Tsinghua University (China), Kyoto University (Japan) and National Chengchi

University (Taiwan).


Jason has published more than 40 journal articles and is a contributing author to nine

handbooks in finance and economics. He has won two Graham and Dodd Scroll Awards;

one Graham and Dodd Reader’s Choice Award; one Graham and Dodd most prestigious

award, three Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacob Levy Awards; and three William F. Sharpe

Awards. He also co-invented the Fundamental Index, awarded best index by Global

Pensions magazine in 2007, 2008 and 2009.


Jason received his Ph.D. in finance from UCLA Anderson School of Management. He

received his M.S. from Stanford University and B.S. from the California Institute of

Technology.





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