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STEP Success for Charles Richardson  

  • August 19, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

 

Congratulations to Charles Richardson, assistant solicitor in the Private Client Department,  who has passed his Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients with distinction.

The Advanced Certificate is designed to augment the expertise of those who specialise in offshore trust and private client work where UK tax issues are in point, further enhancing the ability to deliver sound, consistent and holistic advice to clients as a trusted adviser.

Charles joined Hunters as a trainee solicitor in September 2009 and qualified in September 2011.  He deals with a wide range of private client issues, including succession planning through wills and trust structures for domestic and international clients, and assists with a number of landed estates.  He passed the STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates, an industry standard which develops a practical understanding of the law and procedures involved in trust and estate administration, tax and accounting, in July 2014 with distinction.

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