Bei Ling

Managing Director and Global Head of Talent, Development, and Total Rewards, JPMorgan Chase

Bei Ling is a Managing Director and Global Head of Talent, Development, and Total Rewards for JPMorgan Chase. In this capacity, Bei is accountable for driving the strategy and implementation across multiple global functions including talent, succession planning, learning, career development, compensation, benefits, and workforce data and analytics. In addition, Bei is also the Head of Human Resources for Commercial Bank, responsible for the end-to-end human capital strategy and programs for the business including talent, diversity, succession planning, training & development. She is a member of the Operating Committees for Commercial Bank as well as Global Human Resources.

Bei is one of the two executive sponsors of JPMorgan’s Asian Executive Forum which was formed in 2017 with over 200 senior managing directors to help further advance progress in diversity and inclusion.

Bei graduated from Beijing University in China with a degree in Indian Civilization. After graduating, Bei spent two years teaching at Beijing University. She came to the United States in 1996. After completing the MBA program at Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California in 2000, Bei joined Merrill Lynch and held various positions in Human Resources and Global Finance, including the head of Executive Compensation, head of Compensation for Global Markets & Investment Banking, and head of Financial Planning and Strategy.

Bei left Merrill Lynch in 2008 to join PNC Financial Services. As the Deputy Head of Human Resources, she was responsible for a broad range of HR disciplines. Bei led various large-scale HR transformative initiatives at PNC, including the merger of PNC and National City and a complete redesign of the Bank’s talent programs. Bei co- chaired PNC’s Management Committee.

Bei is a board member of International House (since 2015) and Financial Health Network (joined in 2019). She also chairs the people practice committee for International House.

Bei was an honoree recipient of the Outstanding 50 Asians in Business in 2015.

Bei, her husband Feng Shi, and daughter, Karen, live in Manhattan. Outside of work, Bei and her family enjoy traveling, reading books, and playing golf/tennis.