About the Author

Myrian E. Peréz

Vice President and Senior Wealth Relationship Manager

Myrian has cultivated relationships with a select group of Wilmington Trust’s most esteemed multigenerational families, providing trusted guidance and fiduciary expertise to help preserve each family’s legacy. She partners closely with her clients to assess their needs at key transitions, bringing clarity to complex situations and actionable solutions for both financial and lifestyle matters. Her clients appreciate her knowledge of their unique family dynamics, and she is called upon readily when both good and challenging life events occur.

With more than three decades of financial and fiduciary experience managing personal trusts, Myrian understands the importance of putting her clients’ best interests first, and she takes great pride in the longevity of her client relationships. She is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Central Atlantic School of Trust and the Cannon Trust School, and is a member of the Delaware Estate Planning Council. Myrian is a recipient of both the Wilmington Trust President’s Council award and the Chairman’s Club award.

Myrian is actively involved in the Wilmington community, particularly in preserving and educating the next generation about the history, culture, and infrastructure of this small, but important mid-Atlantic city. She is a passionate board member of Project New Start, a local organization that gives ex-offenders a second chance. Myrian supports several charitable foundations that support the local Wilmington nonprofit community.

In her free time, Myrian can be found congregating with her family around the kitchen table, sharing conversation, laughter, music, and good food. She is also an avid reader and photographer, hobbies she has passed on to her two children, and she enjoys gathering with friends for dinner at local restaurants.

By the Author

Keys to Creating an Effective Trust

Myrian E. Peréz |
Wealth Planning

You expect the trust you create to provide for your beneficiaries’ health, education, maintenance, and support. But how would the trustee handle a discretionary payout? It’s important to design an instrument that will anticipate multiple scenarios and provide tax-saving advantages.Trusts can be extremely effective estate planning tools for minimizing taxes and ensuring your beneficiaries are cared for according to your wishes.