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STEP student success celebrated

STEP student success celebrated

Thursday 02 December 2021

STEP student success celebrated

The top-scoring students of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners have been recognised with a series of awards.

At a ceremony recently held at the Royal Yacht, each of the award-winners received a trophy and a financial award for their achievements.

Tallie Renouf, APEX Financial Services, was the winner of three STEP awards: the Abrdn Award for the highest scoring student in the STEP Diploma in International Trust Management, the Bedell Cristin Award for the Advanced certificate: Company Law and Practice paper, and the RBC Wealth Management Award for the Advanced certificate: Trust Administration and Accounts paper.

Other top scoring award winners were:

  • Mathew Dodsley, IQEQ, the Dickinson Gleeson Award for the Advanced Certificate: Trust Creation: Law and Practice paper.

  • Mark Swart, Stonehage Flemming Group for the Rathbones Award, Advanced Certificate: Trustee Investment and Financial Appraisal paper.

  • Rosa Micheljump, ZEDRA, the Knight Frank Award for the STEP Certificate in International Trust Management. 

Meanwhile, five individuals received STEP Excellence Awards, which recognise the highest achievers across all STEP qualifications on a global scale.

They recognise the top-scoring student at distinction level per STEP exam or assignment, essay route, and the highest-scoring graduates across each of the STEP Diplomas.

The winners of these awards were:

  • Sonia Shah, Bedell Cristin, for the STEP Diploma in International Trust Management.

  • Elisa Scarp, Cavendish Fiduciary, for the STEP Certificate in Foundations. 

  • Kathryn Abraham, HSBC, for the Advanced Certificate in Trust Administration and Accounts.

  • Daniel Maine, Ogier, for the STEP Certificate in Trust and Estates.

  • Nichola Aldridge, Carey Olsen, Essay route.

STEP Jersey Chair Fiona McFarlane commented: “The commitment of our students remains at a high level and the results show the dedication and hard work of those who study for their STEP professional examinations."

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