Portfolio Manager, Investment Grade Credit
Ms. Lin is a senior vice president and investment grade credit portfolio manager in the Newport Beach office. She was a member of PIMCO’s Americas portfolio committee for eight years, and she has also been a rotating member of the emerging markets portfolio committee. She currently serves on the PIMCO Women steering committee as well as the PIMCO LEAP (Leading and Engaging as Asian Professionals) engagement committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2014, she worked in fixed income portfolio analysis at Harvard Management Company and was a FICC (fixed income, commodities, and currencies) derivatives trader at UBS. She was named the Next Generation Leader of the Year in 2022 by Women in Asset Management, and she was named a Rising Star at Markets Media's 2020 Women in Finance Awards. She has 10 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management and an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Peking University.
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