Ji Young Lee
Ji Young "Jessie" Lee
Associate
111 S.W. Fifth Avenue, Suite 2150
Portland, Oregon, 97204
503-243-7506

For a detailed curriculum vitae, please contact Ji Young Lee.

Ji Young "Jessie" Lee is an associate with Willamette Management Associates.

Jessie has performed the following types of valuation and economic analysis assignments: merger and acquisition valuations, business and stock valuations, financial market analyses, and investment strategy analyses.

She has valued the following types of business entities and securities: closely held corporation business enterprises, publicly traded companies, and real estate investment trusts.

Jessie has performed business and stock valuations for clients in the following industries: financial services, real estate development, real estate holding and management, high-tech, retail, and online retail.

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
Before joining Willamette Management Associates, Jessie was a research intern at Institute of International Finance (IIF), in Washington, D.C. At Institute of International Finance, she performed capital market research and developed analytics for clients' performance.

Prior to Institute of International Finance, Jessie worked as an associate manager at a private equity firm in South Korea. She was involved in deals in the financial services, real estate development, and online retail industries. Before that, she managed high-net-worth clients' portfolios as an associate private banker at Woori Bank, in South Korea.

EDUCATION
Master of Business Administration, concentration in finance, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

Bachelor of Science in business administration, Ewha Womans University

Bachelor of Science in English literature and language, Ewha Womans University

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Jessie has earned the chartered financial analyst (CFA) designation from the CFA Institute, and she is a certified financial risk manager (FRM) of the Global Associate of Risk Professionals (GARP). She is a part-time student in the Computational Finance and Risk Management program (Master of Science degree) at University of Washington, in Seattle.