Jason Hsu is founder and chief investment officer of Rayliant Global Advisors, a Hong Kong–based investment management group specializing in Greater China equity strategies. He co-founded Research Affiliates, an investment manager specializing in smart beta indexes and asset allocation. In addition, Mr. Hsu is an adjunct professor in finance at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a visiting professor at Kyoto University and National Chengchi University. He is on the editorial board of the Financial Analyst Journal, the Journal of Investment Management, the Journal of Investment Consulting, and the Journal of Index Investing. Mr. Hsu has authored more than 40 journal articles and is a contributing author on eight handbooks in finance and economics. He has won two Graham and Dodd Scroll Awards from the Financial Analyst Journal, two Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Outstanding Research Awards, and three William Sharpe Best Research Awards. Mr. Hsu has been recognized by Institutional Investor as one of the 20 rising stars of the industry. He also co-invented the Fundamental Index, which won best index from Global Pensions magazine for three consecutive years. Mr. Hsu received a bachelor of science degree from Caltech, a master of science degree from Stanford University, and a PhD in finance from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.