Ambassador James R. Jones joins InTrust Global Investments as Honorary Advisory

Washington, D.C., May 10, 2009—InTrust Global Invesments, LLC is pleased to announce that Ambassador James R. Jones has joined our consulting firm as member of InTrust´s Honorary Advisory Board. In his own practice as Co-Chairman of Manatt Jones Global Strategies, he focuses on international trade, investment and commerce, business-government relations and financial services. He alsohas worked extensively with global distribution and marketing organizations targeting Latin America, Asia and the Middle East.

“Ambassador Jones has an exceptional understanding of U.S.-Mexican relationships, and we are delighted that he has agreed to exercise his expertise in this area as a strategic advisor to InTrust,” said Francisco Acuña, CEO of Intrust Global Investments.

Ambassador Jones currently provides business development advice and consulting for clients primarily in Mexico and Latin America. For example, he provides strategic advice to a multinational automobile manufacturer based in Asia and assisted it in entering the Mexico market. He works with major energy firms in Mexico, Venezuela, Ecuador and Lithuania. He counseled a U.S. insurance company in its purchase of a privatized Mexican insurance company as well as a U.S.-Mexico joint venture to build a water-treatment project in Mexico. He is assisting a U.S.-based resort developer in establishing projects in Mexico and Latin America, and assisting a Class I U.S. railroad with investments in Mexico and Panama. Additionally, Ambassador Jones counsels clients on both business and government strategies in the United States.

Prior to joining Manatt, Ambassador Jones served as U.S. Ambassador to Mexico from 1993 to 1997, demonstrating leadership during the Mexican peso crisis and the passage and implementation of NAFTA, developing new, cooperative efforts to combat drug trafficking, and assisting U.S. businesses with commercial ventures.

Ambassador Jones’ previous experience includes the position of President at Warnaco International and Chairman andCEO of the American Stock Exchange in New York from 1989 to 1993. During his tenure at AMEX, listings, revenues and market share increased.

As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oklahoma (1973-1987), he was Chairman of the House Budget Committee and ranking member of the House Ways and Means Committee, where he was active in tax, international trade, Social Security and healthcare policy.

Ambassador Jones was only 28 years old when President Lyndon Johnson selected him as Appointments Secretary, the position presently titled Chief of Staff. He was the youngest person in history to hold this position.

Ambassador Jones also is a partner with Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.  He received his LL.B. from GeorgetownUniversity Law Center and his B.A. from the University of Oklahoma.