Using Trusts for Estate and IHT Planning (Session 2) - Practical Application
About this Session
Using Trusts for Estate & IHT Planning
These interactive technical sessions provide an in-depth analysis of the different types of trusts and applying these to case studies to discover how they might work for clients in practice.
This seminar is a case study based event where we will consider the practical application of Trust and Estate Planning covered in Session 1.
- Practical application of Trust based planning to mitigate Inheritance Tax
Paul has worked in financial services for 30 years. His career includes Business Development Manager for a Pension Specialist, Sales Director of an IFA for 10 years. Paul has a wealth of experience in Learning & Development, with several senior roles including AEGON Scottish Equitable, Countrywide FS and more recently Quilter where he created and ran a highly successful technical training academy for advisors to qualify for Level 6 Chartered status before joining BMO in February 2021.
Paul is a life-long learner of not just technical content but also, influence and persuasion skills. He has spent over 30 years and more than 10,000 hours studying the tools, strategies and techniques to present, persuade and sell ideas powerfully, confidently and convincingly. His passion for self-development led to his transition to a career in training and coaching roles where he has worked for the last 15 years.
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