Global SIG Steering Committee Elections

Vacancies have arisen on a number of the Global Special Interest Groups' (SIGs') steering committees and they are now accepting applications to fill these vacancies.

To view the application process, schedule and deadlines for each of the respective groups which are holding elections, please visit their election pages with full detail by visiting the links below;

Business Families
Number of vacancies: Four
Application requisites: None
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Contentious Trusts and Estates
Number of vacancies: Five
Application requisites: No requisites but encouragement of applicants from the USA
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Digital Assets
Number of vacancies: Four
Application requisites: No requisites but encouragement of applicants from Bermuda, the People's Republic of China, El Salvador, Gibraltar, India, Singapore and Switzerland
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International Client
Number of vacancies: Five
Application requisites: No requisites but encouragement of applicants from Africa, the Caribbean, LatAm, the Middle-East, and USA
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Mental Capacity
Number of vacancies: Five
Application requisites: No requisites but encouragement of applicants from Australia and New Zealand
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Philanthropy Advisors
Number of vacancies: Three
Application requisites: No requisites but encouragement of applicants from Africa, Asia and LatAm
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In submitting an application, applicants are asked to ensure that they read the Global SIG Terms of Reference, which set forth the rules and guidance on all matters relating to the running, governance and operation of special interest groups, to include detail on the responsibilities and obligations you would undertake as a Global SIG Steering Committee member and who is eligible to apply. If successfully elected, Members of the Committee are expected to actively participate in the work of the Committee on behalf of the global SIG and regularly attend committee meetings, joining either in person or by means of tele-/web-conferencing equipment (occurring four-six times in a calendar year).

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If you have any questions, please contact the SIGs Team