Yie-Hsin Hung is Chief Executive Officer of New York Life Investment Management LLC (NYLIM), New York Life’s global multi-boutique third party asset management business. Yie-Hsin is also a member of the Executive Management Committee of New York Life. Under her leadership, NYLIM saw a nearly three-fold increase in third-party assets under management to more than $325 billion today. Yie-Hsin was previously Co-President of NYLIM and Chairman of NYLIM International, where she broadened the firm’s fixed income, equity and alternative capabilities. She did this both organically and through acquisition, most recently with the addition of Tristan, a European real estate manager, Credit Value Partners, an opportunistic and distressed credit firm, and IndexIQ, a leading alternatives and strategic beta ETF provider. Yie-Hsin led the firm’s international expansion through the acquisition of Candriam Investors Group in Europe and Ausbil in Australia, and the opening several offices in Asia.
Yie-Hsin joined the firm in 2010 with more than 30 years of industry experience, having most recently been with Bridgewater Associates. Prior to that, she was with Morgan Stanley Investment Management, where Yie-Hsin led its strategic acquisition activities as well as its private equity and hedge fund businesses, and also participated on its Management Committee. She began her career in investment banking with Morgan Stanley with a focus on real estate.
In 2018, and in 2017, Yie-Hsin was selected by American Banker as one of the Most Powerful Women in Finance, the second consecutive year she has received this recognition. She was also presented the 2018 North American Industry Leadership Award by 100 Women in Finance. Yie-Hsin is a member of the Board of Governors of the Investment Company Institute, where she has been nominated to Chair its General Membership Meeting in 2019. She is also a member of the U.S. Institute CEO Roundtable and the Advisory Council for the McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University. Yie-Hsin also serves on the non-profit boards of Next for Autism and the New England Center for Children.
Yie-Hsin earned her MBA from Harvard University and Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University.
She resides in New York City and Sands Point with her husband and their three grown children.