2012 AREAA National Convention

Managing Director

Trinh is a Private Client Advisor at US Trust with over 22 years of experience in leveraged finance and private wealth management. Trinh’s prior experience includes 12 years at JP Morgan Chase in the global syndicated finance group (where she was based in New York and Hong Kong), providing structured credit and derivatives solutions to institutional clients. In this capacity, she worked closely with senior management teams of Fortune 500 companies and private equity funds to structure and distribute bank financings for acquisition, leveraged buy-out, project financing, work-out and general corporate purposes. As a Private Client Advisor, Trinh has extensive experience working with ultra high net worth families and institutional investors to structure complex credit requirements, advise on investments including hedge funds, private equity funds and structured/hedging products as well as consult on estate planning strategies. Trinh holds an M.B.A. in finance from the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, and a B.S. in foreign service and international business from Georgetown University. She is a registered representative with Series 7 and 66 licenses. Trinh currently serves as a member of the Planned Giving Advisory Committee of the Museum of Modern Art (“MOMA”) in New York City. In addition, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Rescue Committee (the “IRC”). Working in over 40 countries and 22 US cities, the IRC assists refugees from the world’s worst humanitarian crises. She serves on the IRC’s Nominating & Governance, External Affairs & Development, and Executive Search Committees, and was previously the Co-Chair of the Audit Committee. Trinh was recognized by the IRC as a Refugee of Distinction in 2010. In 2011, Trinh was named a special delegate by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (“UNHCR”) and served on its 60th Refugee Congress inWashington, DC. She is also involved with the Vital Voices Global Partnership, a non-profit organization working with women leaders in the developing countries through development and training initiatives to increase their participation in the social, economic and political process in their respective countries.