Bryn Mawr Capital Management Names Bank of New York Mellon’s Jasmine Yu CIO

Yu joins the WSFS Financial-owned firm to lead its investment strategy and solutions team.

Bryn Mawr Capital Management, a subsidiary of WSFS Financial Corp., has
named Jasmine Yu as its CIO. Yu, who has been tapped to lead the firm’s investment strategy and solutions team, will report to Jamie Hopkins, CEO of Bryn Mawr Capital Management.  

“With her extensive expertise and vision, we are confident she will steer our investment strategies, platform, and offering towards new heights, delivering unparalleled solutions and value to our clients,” Hopkins said in a statement. “Together, we look forward to pioneering innovative approaches to investing while honoring what has been proven to work.” 

Before joining WSFS, Yu was managing director, head of global manager research at Bank of New York Mellon Wealth & Investment Management, where she led a team that evaluated, selected and monitored investments in multiple asset classes. This included long-only equity, fixed income, hedge funds and private equity asset classes, as well as environmental, social, and governance investments and passive investment managers. 

Prior to Bank of New York Mellon, Yu was senior portfolio management team leader and head of fixed income due diligence at Merrill Lynch, Global Wealth & Investment Management. Before that, she was a senior investment analyst at the Abu Dhabi Investment Council, and prior to that she was vice president, manager research at Franklin Templeton Investments. Yu was also previously a second vice president, investment program manager at Northern Trust Global Advisors as well as lead analyst, corporate pensions at IBM.  

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“I am thrilled to embark on this journey with such a dynamic and forward-thinking organization,” Yu said in a statement. “I am especially excited about the opportunity to elevate our offerings in alternative investments and private markets with increased sophistication.” 

Yu earned a Ph.D. in finance from EDHEC Business School, a Master of International Affairs in international finance and business from Columbia University, an MBA in financial management and information systems from Pace University, and a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Zhongshan University. 

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