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Ceris Gardner honoured at STEP Private Client Awards 2014

Ceris Gardner TEP was honoured with the Trusted Advisor of the Year Award at the 2014/15 STEP Private Client Awards. The premier international awards for the private wealth sector took place at the Hilton on Park Lane Hotel in London on 17 September. 

This is the second time Ceris has received the coveted accolade which was awarded based on votes by STEP Members. Her internationally well-regarded expertise in tax, trust and succession were noted during the night as she was described as ‘thorough and academic, but also very commercial and adored by clients’.

Chair of the Presiding Judges Paul Stibbard TEP said: ‘Ceris Gardner TEP has been aptly described in Chambers UK Legal Directory as: ‘a reassuring presence by clients, who welcome her calm demeanour and accessibility as well as her in-depth legal knowledge. Ceris serves a range of clients including families, private banks, estates and trusts, helping them navigate UK and international tax and succession challenges with distinction and calm ability.’

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