Tom Trynin has spent his entire career in and around investing. He began his career at Morgan Stanley as a real estate analyst and then mortgage trader. After receiving his MBA from The Wharton School, he changed his focus to business management. Throughout his career as analyst, trader, and CEO, Tom learned how to invest and how to be invested in. After joining Red Hook in 2012, Tom expanded the company’s offerings to formally include wealth management for its clients. Tom is a member of the Alumni Association Board for Pingry, a class organizer for his Wharton MBA Class of 1990, and a volunteer for Project Morry, a nonprofit working with at-risk inner-city high school students. Tom completed his undergraduate degree at Yale University and has his Series 65. He lives with his wife, Robin, and their daughter in Westfield, where he enjoys eating well, physical fitness and golf whenever he can.