60 Second Interviews

  • James Haithwaite

    We’re seeing increasing interest in alternative assets among investors, including classic cars, says James Haithwaite TEP.

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  • Michael Wells-Greco

    Michael discusses his contribution to the new Advanced Certificate in Cross-Border Estates course.

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  • Keith Dudley

    Keith was was involved with STEP from the very beginning in 1991.

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  • Felicity Keller

    How and why did you get involved with STEP?

    STEP was a relatively new organisation in Switzerland when I was working in Geneva, and so, on a whim, I went along to chat with Richard Pease to see whether he thought it was worth my joining. Clearly he did an excellent job of persuading me!

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  • Rachael Reynolds

    Rachael Reynolds will be discussing the operation of the offshore firewall legislation at next month's Caribbean Conference.

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  • Sheree Green

    It is hard to imagine a higher accolade than the PCA, says last year's winner Sheree Green of Anthony Collins Solicitors

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  • Keisha Hyde Porchetta

    How and why did you get involved with STEP?

    A former boss made sure that all attorneys joining his firm obtained a TEP and I’m grateful for the approach he took.

    What benefits has it brought you personally, or in your business?

    Being a member of STEP has helped to give credibility to my career. I have had the opportunity for continuous learning in the field as well as an opportunity to hone my leadership skills.

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  • Heather Thompson

    Heather Thompson TEP will tell the STEP Caribbean Conference about the dangers of blindly following precedent.

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  • Anne Morrison

    Thanks to STEP, I’ve got to know a lot of people locally, says Founder’s Award winner Anne Morrison TEP.

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  • Viv Roussel

    The concept of 'emotional intelligence' (EI) was first brought to the attention of the business world in the mid-90s by highly-acclaimed psychologist Dan Goleman. Since then, there has been a plethora of interpretations and literature available, which could leave people confused or sceptical. For some, the word 'emotional' conjures up all sorts and can often be enough to send people running for the hills! After all, we stiff-upper-lipped westerners don't 'do' emotions, do we?

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  • Mark McMullen

    Winning a STEP PCA is a clear mark of quality, and winning it is a further endorsement of our reputation, says Mark McMullen

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  • Tim Prudhoe

    What does your firm do?

    Kobre & Kim works in the major litigation centres (as well as in many other places besides) in high-stakes disputes and investigations work. My focus is heavily offshore.

    What has STEP done for you, individually, or as a business?

    STEP continues to be in the forefront of the global debate around international financial centres and the future of privacy and client confidentiality. As a happy consequence of that, I have been able to play a role in this important subject, and I hope this continues.

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  • Andrew Knight

    Andrew Knight will be discussing the CRS's impact on the trust and wealth management industry at STEP Mauritius.

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  • Mark Baxter

    Mark Baxter's webcast covered the recent Court of Appeal decision in Randall v Randall.

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  • Jaclyn Russell

    Meet Jaclyn Russell TEP, from STEP Employer Partner Stronachs.

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  • Gina M Pereira

    ‘Doing good’ and making money aren’t mutually exclusive, says Gina Pereira TEP

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  • Jennifer Chambers

    We were delighted to win the award and to have our charity and philanthropy team recognised publicly, says PCA winner Jennifer Chambers

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  • Miranda Allardice

    Miranda Allardice has recorded a webcast on proprietary estoppel.

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  • Rod Luker

    Meet Rod Luker TEP, host of the 7th Annual Trusts Symposium, Adelaide, Australia

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  • Claire Walsh

    The real skill in this job is about understanding people, says STEP student Claire Walsh.

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  • Richard Morley

    International STEP conferences are a fantastic way to catch up with contacts and to make new relationships, says Richard Morley TEP

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  • Fiona Lilleyman

    STEP provides a quality ‘watermark,’ ensuring that information or training you're seeing is robust, up-to-date and thought-through, says Fiona Lilleyman TEP.

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  • Samantha Loombe

    Meet STEP student Samantha Loombe.

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  • Elin Dukes

    It was exciting and unexpected to win the Judges’ Discretionary Award, says Elin Dukes.

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  • David Dorgan

    I have been a member of STEP for many years, and seen it assisting the continued education of its members, says David Dorgan TEP.

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