Mayree C. Clark
Mayree Clark is a member of the Investment Committee of Aetos Capital Asia. She joined AEA Holdings, former parent of Aetos Capital, as a Partner and member of its Executive Committee in 2005. Her work in connection with the rating agencies is independent of Aetos, and has been undertaken as a service to the community.
Ms. Clark was affiliated with Morgan Stanley from 1981 to 2005. She served in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, debt capital markets and real estate during the early years of her career there. She was a pioneer in the area of securitization, leading several initiatives associated with commercial mortgages and fixed income securities, and the team which developed the UPREIT structure. Ms. Clark spent two years as deputy to the chairman, president and CEO of Morgan Stanley. She became Global Research Director in 1994 and led that effort to preeminence until 2001, when she was asked to lead the firm's global private wealth management activities. She served as non-executive chairman of Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) from 2000 to 2005.
Ms. Clark did her undergraduate work at the University of Southern California and received her MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. She is currently a director of the Stanford Management Company (which is responsible for the University's $15 billion endowment) and was a Director of Commonfund from 1996-2004.
Ms. Clark recently contributed to Financial Reform: A Framework for Financial Stability, published in January 2009 by the Group of Thirty.