STEP contributes to the public policy debate on trust and estate issues through active engagement with policymakers. We work constructively with policymakers to ensure that policy decisions are well informed and made with the public interest at heart.
Public Policy Committee
STEP's Public Policy Committee leads the development of public policy initiatives across the Society. We participate in a number of stakeholder groups and committees, including: Financial Action Task Force; OECD Business and Industry Advisory Committee; various EU Expert Groups; UK Charity Tax Forum; and the UK High Net Worth Unit External Stakeholder Forum. STEP also engages regularly with policymakers and other stakeholders on an ad hoc basis when important issues related to our members’ work advising families on inheritance and related issues are being considered.