Corporate Experience

Trang has over 20 years of experience in investment banking in the City and Wall Street. As Managing Director and Head of Global Capital Markets for AWM at Deutsche Bank, she led and managed a cross-functional team globally across the US, UK, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. She was responsible for revenues in trading, structuring and originating, requiring her to manage and influence a complex network of stakeholders. Her other senior posts include: Managing Director and Head of Financial Products Group, EMEA and Director and Head of OTC Equity Derivatives, Americas, at Merrill Lynch. She started her career at Lehman Brothers structuring and financing infrastructure projects.


She is a qualified Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and holds a Masters in Finance and Economics from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelors of Science in Economics and International Politics from New York University.


As part of her commitment to sustaining and advancing good coaching practice, Trang is supervised by Carol Kauffman PhD ABPP PCC, founder of the Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical School. She was formerly supervised by Graham Alexander, renowned for developing the GROW model which has gone on to become the industry standard model in coaching.

Pro Bono Coaching

Trang provides pro bono support such as coaching and designing and delivering personal development and leadership workshops. She has worked with charities such as upReach and Frontline.

She also works with universities such as the University of Chicago and has been very involved in their executive MBA programme. She was formerly the “Executive On Call” and ran the Booth Peer Groups for the Harry Davis Centre of Leadership. She is currently a judge and business coach for teams in the Global New Venture Challenge.

Trang T Chu

Trang Chu
Executive Leadership Coach

Trang brings a diversity of thought and perspective to her coaching engagements and her clients have commented that her work with them has been “transformative”.