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Molly Tidbury receives the STEP Worldwide Excellence Award

  • July 13, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

Congratulations to Molly Tidbury, Associate in the Private Client Department, for being awarded the STEP Worldwide Excellence Award. 

The Worldwide Excellence Awards are given to the top-scoring students for each STEP exam, plus the highest scoring graduates across each of STEP’s Diplomas, aggregated across the four papers taken. Molly received the award for achieving one of the highest scoring QP papers submitted in 2015, with 90+ marks.

STEP runs a number of qualifications for those who advise on wealth administration and succession, including Certificates, Advanced Certificates and Diplomas with their primary education partner CLT International. Students need to gain a specific number of credits via examination or prior experience in order to become a STEP Affiliate, a STEP Technician or a ‘TEP’ (Trust and Estate Practitioner) – the designation granted to a Full Member of STEP.

Find out more about the STEP Worldwide Excellence Awards here.

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