Victor H. Palmieri

Victor is recognized as one of the preeminent experts in the rehabilitation and reorganization of troubled diversified financial services firms including real estate firms and portfolios. His former firm, The Palmieri Company, oversaw the workouts of several seriously challenged enterprises including the investment subsidiary of the Penn Central, Levitt & Sons, Baldwin-United, Mutual Benefit Life, Confederation Life and the Central States Pension Fund’s western US real estate assets. Most recently he has served as Vice Chairman and General Counsel of MullinTBG, a national leader in executive compensation plans. Earlier in his career Victor was an attorney and the president of a real estate firm which pioneered the development of Thousand Oaks, CA, Snowmass–at-Aspen, CO and Sun Valley, ID.

Victor has also had a distinguished public service career including serving as the Ambassador at Large for Refugee Affairs during the Carter Administration. He has served on a variety of prestigious private and public boards including the Rockefeller Foundation and the Lincoln Center Theater. He has been a visiting lecturer at universities and business schools across the US and taught courses in crisis management at Stanford Law School and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Victor is a graduate of Stanford University and its Law School.