Adrienne M. Penta
Senior Vice President
Adrienne Penta joined Brown Brothers Harriman in 2008, where she is responsible for trust operations and wealth planning services in the Boston office. Prior to joining BBH, Ms. Penta practiced at the law firm of Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP in Boston, where she advised families on estate, charitable and tax planning and non-profit organizations on various governance and tax issues. Ms. Penta is a frequent lecturer and author on a variety of topics focused on estate planning and charitable giving. She serves on several boards and committees, including the Winsor School Corporation, the Winsor School Alumnae Board and the Boston University School of Medicine Board of Visitors, and is a member of the Boston Estate Planning Council, the Boston Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Ms. Penta received her JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was the Executive Editor of the Virginia Tax Review, and her BA from Johns Hopkins University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
BBH Investors Roundtable
Chief Investment Strategist Scott Clemons leads a “roundtable” discussion featuring some of our most thoughtful professionals at BBH. Participants in the discussion cover a range of topics including taxes, interest rates, concerns for business owners, Europe, China, energy and housing.
Creditor Protection 101
Senior Vice President and Boston Regional Trust Head, Adrienne Penta, offers an introduction to the important topic of creditor protection.
How to Give Away $5 Million and Not Notice
With the increase in the federal gift and estate tax exemption to $5 million at the beginning of 2011, most estate planners began talking to their clients about the best ways to give away $5 million before 2013, when the exemption is currently scheduled to revert to $1 million. By Adrienne M. Penta.
Wealth Planning: Volatility: Friend or Foe?
While market volatility can make even experienced investors uneasy, volatility in both asset values and interest rates can help those who are interested in transferring wealth to their children, grandchildren or trusts for their benefit at the lowest tax cost possible. By Adrienne M. Penta