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STEP announced the winners of its 2023/24 Private Client Awards last night during a ceremony at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
We have produced a series of short video clips that explain some of the key terminology relating to digital assets.
Join us on 12-13 October 2023 at the Budapest Marriott Hotel, where we will explore a range of topical issues focused on wealth management and estate planning.
The Informed Trustee equips trustees with the knowledge needed to be successful charity board members.
After four years of connecting virtually, the STEP Branch Chairs' Assembly will be returning in-person, in London, on 6 December 2023.
We are delighted to announce that the following elections are now declared and the results published across all constituencies.
Welcome to Issue 4 of the STEP Journal. We shine a spotlight on North America, exploring the utility of US trusts for Latin American families, the practice of ‘hot-tubbing’ in Canadian courts and the new US Corporate Transparency Act. This issue also offers a focus on family business, as well as a special careers feature, where we celebrate high-achieving STEP students.
There are four levels of STEP membership: Full Member (TEP) – our highest level of membership for experienced practitioners; Associate; Affiliate; and Student – entry-level membership for those just starting out.
Depending on your experience and qualifications/credentials you can join STEP as a Student, Affiliate or Full Member (TEP). Practitioners who join at Student or Affiliate level can work their way up to TEP status via our Exam or Essay Route, or through acquiring the necessary level of experience.
Trusts have a longstanding tradition under English Common Law. This report draws together existing evidence and research about how trusts are used for wider societal benefit, and impact every facet of society.
Our Codes of Professional Conduct set out the ethical and professional standards our members should uphold.