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Membership Benefits

Information Exchange, Networking and Events

 
  • STEP has over 18,500 members worldwide in 80 jurisdictions.
  • STEP brings senior practitioners together, cutting across professional boundaries. Members share their knowledge and expertise in areas as diverse as Estates and Succession; Family and Guardianship Law; Domestic and Offshore Trusts; Insurance and Financial Services; International Law; Anti-Money Laundering; and Tax and Business Law.
  • Through meetings, seminars, lectures and the exchange of technical papers and reports, members benefit greatly from a network of contacts.
  • STEP conferences are held at international, national, regional and branch level and feature senior practitioners and academics.
   

Education

  STEP Canada offers the following educational opportunities to students and practitioners to enhance their knowledge in the trust and estate field:
  • The STEP Canada Assessment by Exam is an exam route targeted at those who wish to specialize in the trust and estate field.
  • The STEP Canada Assessment by Essay route is an essay route to membership and is designed to permit qualified professionals active in the trust and estate field to consolidate their knowledge and experience.
   

STEP Journal, Trust Quarterly Review, STEP Inside, STEP Insider, STEP Directory & Yearbook and STEP Website, STEP Marketing Brochures

 
  • The STEP Journal features the latest news and developments for practitioners.
    The Trust Quarterly Review contains the latest technical papers from leading practitioners.
  • STEP Canada's newsletter STEP Inside features case studies and the latest news and developments in Canada delivered 3 times annually.
  • STEP Insider is an electronic monthly summary featuring branch events, practitioner opportunities job board, education center, and relevant news updates.
  • The STEP Directory & Yearbook feature valuable jurisdictional information as well as member listings for all Full members.
  • www.step.org provides the premier online technical resource in the trust and estate world.
  • STEP marketing brochures (Why Make a Trust? Why Make a Will? Why Make a Lasting Power of Attorney?)
   

Lobbying and Representation

 
  • STEP represents the interests of its members with regulators, government departments and international organizations.
  • STEP monitors legislation and where appropriate canvasses for changes in the law.
   

STEP Branches and Administration

 
  • Local STEP branches have their own committees and officers who are responsible for continuing professional development, educational and social programs.
   



 



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