John Perugini – General Counsel at Millennium Trust
John Perugini has more than two decades of legal expertise. In 2017, he joined Millennium Trust as General Counsel.
He previously served as Executive Vice President – Finance and Assistant General Counsel at Sync Financial, as well as a Partner in the Capital Markets practice area of Jones Day. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood education, which covers children from birth to age 8, is an integral component of a child’s development. During this period, their brains are growing and they learn the foundations for academic success that will last them throughout life.
At this crucial period of development, young children acquire social-emotional skills like self-assurance and expression that will allow them to engage with others effectively in adulthood. Furthermore, these competencies lay the foundation for later activities like problem-solving and healthy risk taking.
National University’s BAECE program offers several classes that emphasize this important element of student education. One such class, “Play as Pedagogy,” examines how play impacts young children’s learning and development; another option is “Field Experience,” in which students work with real children at their schools for five hours each course.
John Perugini is an attorney with more than two decades of experience in corporate, transactional, regulatory and compliance matters. In 2017, he joined Millennium Trust as General Counsel.
He specializes in legal and compliance matters related to technology-enabled financial services, ensuring Millennium Trust does not infringe upon intellectual property rights. Furthermore, he advises senior management on regulatory risks that affect their company’s business operations.
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Achievements and Honors
John Perugini has earned himself a place of honor and distinction. Currently, he serves as General Counsel at Millennium Trust Company and oversees their legal and compliance functions.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and juris doctor from the University of Notre Dame. Additionally, he has served as assistant general counsel at Solo Cup Company and partner in Jones Day’s capital markets practice.
Perugini was born in Naples, Italy and moved to London as an infant. As part of the Artists’ Rifle Corp he met several renowned painters such as Frederic Leighton and Valentine Princep.
John Perugini is the General Counsel at Millennium Trust Company, bringing with him over two and a half decades of legal expertise. Prior to this role, he served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at Sync Financial – a tech-enabled financial services provider.
He previously served as Assistant General Counsel of Solo Cup Company and partner in the capital markets practice at Jones Day. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and juris doctor from the University of Notre Dame.
Perugini married Kate Dickens (also known as Catherine Macready) in 1874. She was the youngest daughter of Charles Dickens and an accomplished painter herself; leading a privileged life among artists of her ilk.
Perugini was an accomplished painter renowned for his portraiture and landscape works. He was one of the leading figures during Romantic and Victorian periods, with many works held in public collections. Along with his wife Kate (Dicens), Perugini also participated in artistic circles, pursuing both their individual careers as well as occasionally collaborating. One of his best-known paintings is his 1878 portrait of a girl reading which is considered one of his best-known paintings.
Table 1 displays trends in net worth distribution between PSID (the top panel) and ScF (bottom panel). The PSID data include home equity and other real estate to demonstrate how changes in the housing market affected household wealth portfolios before and after the recession. Conversely, ScF estimates of net worth are higher than those provided by PSID due to its inclusion of IRS oversampled high-wealth households and more detailed questions regarding assets and liabilities.