Gloria Zhu // S2 Ep 198 // Managing Wealth for Financial Inclusion

Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 198 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Gloria Zhu on this week's show.

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Gloria is a wealth advisor with experience across the wealth spectrum.

She started her career as an operator at start-ups such as Nutmeg, LendUp, and Square – building technology focused on economically empowering underbanked individuals.

From there, Gloria transitioned to ICONIQ, Blackrock, and is now at the JP Morgan Private Bank. Although she has had experience working at the world’s largest asset manager, partnered with some of the most influential technology founders and families, and helped oversee over a billion dollars in assets, her passion is focused on financial inclusion.

Gloria champions these initiatives as a Private Banker at J.P. Morgan and founded Bearcat Content to invest in media content focused on financial literacy and economic empowerment.

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