New Asian Leaders agree to proudly manage Mr Phillip Yin's outreach campaign in Asian Pacific American (APA) CommunitiesGlobal journalist will speak at Saturday's Republican State Committee Meeting
On January 16, 2016, New Asian Leaders agree to proudly manage Mr Phillip Yin's outreach campaign in Asian Pacific American (APA) Communities. The purpose of initiative is to raise the awareness in APA communities, promoting our participation in the political processes in US, and raise funds for Phillip Yin election campaign.
Bellevue resident and Yakima native Phillip Yin announces he will run for Lieutenant Governor of Washington state. He will use his financial and economic expertise to make Washington Number 1 for jobs and businesses. He is a leading business anchor/journalist for major networks and a former portfolio manager covering global markets. Yin will speak at the Washington State Republican Party State Committee Meeting in Yakima on Saturday, Jan. 23rd.
"I'm excited and honored to announce my candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of the great state of Washington," Yin said. "With the support of numerous state officials, private sector executives and the many great workers of the state, I know we can make Washington the most family-friendly, job-creating and innovative state in the country. I plan to work hard to ensure that our children get the best education possible, to have the best work force possible, and to have the best jobs possible for the future of this state."
Yin is a leading business/political anchor previously with Bloomberg Television and CNBC Asia. He helped launch CCTV America as anchor of Global Business America and covered the 2012 presidential election. Yin also covered major events for Microsoft, Starbucks, Boeing, Amazon, and Holland America. In the investment community, he was a senior portfolio manager and strategist for the Swiss-based Unifund. He also provided due diligence on private equity investments. At Charles Schwab, he launched the portfolio management business in Hong Kong. Yin helped lead and investigated credit derivative losses' after Lehman's bankruptcy in 2008. The investigation led to the settlement and recovery of $1.8 billion from 16 banks on behalf of over 40,000 investors.
Yin also created the "Phillip Yin and Friends American Dream Scholarship," and is a member of the University of Washington President's Club. "My private sector experience will ensure workers and businesses have the fairest playing field," Yin said. "I will do everything humanly possible to fight for the great voters of this state and our great values."