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Banker , strategic planner

Hilda Maria Hsiang Yao, American banker, strategic planner. University Wisconsin fellow, 1975-1976, alumni fellow University Pacific, 1983, Outstanding Young Alumna award University Pacific, 1989.


Yao, Hilda Maria Hsiang was born on September 11, 1956 in Honolulu. Daughter of Hsin-Nung and Dorothy Wen (Wu) Yao.


Bachelor cum laude, University Pacific, 1975. Master of Arts, University Wisconsin, 1976.


Operations analyst Visa International, San Mateo, California, 1977-1980. Senior product manager Bank of America, San Francisco, 1980-1981, assistant vice president, strategic planner California electronic banking division, 1981-1984, vice president, division strategic planner United States wholesale services world banking division, 1984-1985, vice president, head dealer corporation services, 1985-1989, vice president, director retail banking administration, 1989-1990, vice president, Chief Financial Officer international private banking division, 1990-1992, vice president, director, deputy manager international investment services, 1992-1993, vice president, head fiduciary policy, 1993-1995, senior vice president, director private banking, trust and investment management, 1995-1997, senior vice president, deputy managing director international private banking, since 1997.


Board regents University Pacific, Stockton, California, 1984-1985, 91—. Treasurer president's junior advisory council Bank of America, 1982-1983. Active executive committee Campaign for Wisconsin, since 1991.

Board directors University Wisconsin Foundation, since 1995. Board visitors College of Letters and Science University Wisconsin, Madison, since 1995. Member advisory board program in medicine and philosophy California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, since 1993.

Member Pacific Council on International Policy, since 1996. Member China study group Pacific Council on International Policy and Rand Corporation, since 1996. Honorary advisor China Society for People's Friendship Studies, since 1992.

Member National Vehicle Leasing Association (treasurer 1988-1989), World Affairs Council, California Academy of Sciences, Commonwealth Club California, Bank American Club, Bankers Club San Francisco, World Trade Club, University Club, The Museum Society, California Legion of Honor, Bascom Hill Society University Wisconsin, President's Circle University Pacific, National Society History Preservation, 1841 Club-Punahou School, Odyssey Club.


  • Other Interests

    Shakespeare, opera, languages, swimming, golf.


Hsin-Nung Yao

Dorothy Wen (Wu) Yao