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Jane Leung

Chief Investment Officer

Private Bank


Professional Summary

Jane Leung is Chief Investment Officer for SVB’s Private Bank and Wealth Advisory business. She brings more than 20 years of experience to the tech and life science industries’ top innovators and changemakers. She is passionate about the markets and helping clients navigate through their complexities. Jane is dedicated to working with clients to develop long term strategies to manage and grow the wealth that they have worked so hard to get.

Previously, she was the CIO at Scenic Advisement, a boutique investment bank focused on working with entrepreneurs and early investors to bring liquidity to the private markets. Prior to joining Scenic, Jane held a variety of senior roles at BlackRock/iShares where she was the Head of Asia Pacific iShares and Index Equity. Prior to running iShares Asia, Jane was a Senior Portfolio Manager for BlackRock's U.S. Equity Index business and held portfolio management and analyst roles at Barclays Global Investors, Berger & Associates and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette.

Jane also strongly believes in the power of mentorship and sponsorship and is active in women’s leadership development initiatives and The Athena Alliance. She is also dedicated to the continued innovation in the financial industry as a Board Member of the CFA Society of San Francisco.

Jane earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California, Los Angeles, is a Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) charterholder and a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®).

The person named above is both a representative of Silicon Valley Bank as well as investment advisory and broker-dealer representative of SVB Wealth Advisory. SVB Wealth Advisory (member FINRA and SIPC; SEC-registered investment adviser) offers brokerage and investment management products and services, and is a wholly-owned, non-bank subsidiary of Silicon Valley Bank.

Investment products are offered by SVB Wealth Advisory and are:

Not FDIC Insured

Not Bank Guaranteed

May Lose Value