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Jing Xu jixu@andrew.cmu.

edu
Current: Carnegie Mellon University • SMC 4910 • Pittsburgh, PA 15289-2521 • (617) 599-3799
Permanent: 16-3-301, Fenghuang Cheng, Qixiangtai Rd, Hexi DT, Tianjin, China, 300174

Education Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; Finance Track May 2010
GPA: 3.5/4.0

Work J.P.Morgan Chase Global Summer Program Hong Kong, China


Experience Private Bank Program Trainee Summer 2009
• Trained intensively on the functions of financial industries,
portfolio risk management, stock selections, and presentation skills
• Led a morning meeting with a group of four, analyzed the stock trends and
provided potential investment opportunities
• Guided a 30-minute mock client meeting as an investment analyst with top managers,
constructed a specific investment framework of the diversified stock portfolios and
low risk investment opportunities

Bank of East Asia Tianjin, China


Business Development Project Member Summer 2008
• Dedicated eight hours per day to negotiate with potential clients by phone calls or visits;
assisted in the completion of a four million dollar real estate deal.
• Completed Moody’s system for others to analyze the level of risks of investments.

Jindong Group Real Estate Inc. Tianjin, China


Customer Guide Summer 2007
• Communicated with customers about their housing requirements, including budgets,
apartment sizes and locations, then offered most suitable housing choices
• Associated with customers five hours per day and assisted in four housing deals

Leadership Students in Free Enterprise Pittsburgh, PA


Experience Project Leader, Dilemma-thon Game Show Fall 2007 – Spring 2008
• Co-managed a team of six and conducted weekly meetings
• Created proposals on the financials and game formats
• Fund raised $1,800 for the event and recruited employees of Sam’s club as participants

Carnegie Care Pittsburgh, PA


Active Member Fall 2008 – Spring 2009
• Contributed three hours per week tutoring underprivileged children in math
• Raised $400 for research at UPMC Heart Center
• Volunteered to work with autistic children to enhance their social abilities

Taiwanese Students Association Pittsburgh, PA


Public Relations Fall 2007 – Spring 2008
• Promoted social activities such as Culture Night, one of the biggest performances
of the year, with other organizations

Freshman Representative Fall 2006 – Spring 2007


• Recruited new members by promoting activities such as spring semi-formal dinner,
mini golf and bowling

Skills/Awards Software: Minitab, InDesigh, Illustrator, Bloomberg, Microsoft Office


Operating Systems: Windows-based OS, MacOS
Language: Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, English
Awards: Dean’s List with Honors: Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009