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Press Release – Christina Koshman certifies with STEP Canada.

Posted on April 7, 2017 in:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

With great pride, we announce that Christina Koshman, Senior Tax & Estate Planner, of MLD Wealth Management Group, has received her Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) designation from STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners).

The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners is the leading international organisation for trust and estate professionals.

STEP’s Canadian members are experts in their field, these senior-level practitioners are involved in the planning, creation, management of and accounting for trusts, estates and taxation of individuals and families.

Christina is co-head of our Estate, Tax & Insurance division of MLD Wealth with Sue Derlago. If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting or working with them within MLD, I highly recommend you reach out for an introduction or additional discussions to see how they can advance any of the goals you or your family may have.

MLD is dedicated to relentlessly pursue excellence and deliver a premiere Multi-Family Office experience to our valued clients now and for generations to come.

As always, we appreciate your confidence and trust in managing your wealth,

MLD Wealth Management.

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