Richard Niedermayer, TEP, elected Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners Canada director at large
Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, has been elected to the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) Canada board as director at large for a two-year term.
Nominations for positions on the STEP Canada board are considered and approved by its human resources and nomination committee, and candidates must have national experience as a branch chair or committee member. Richard has been a member of this organization since 2002 and has had positions on the national board of directors, national human resources and governance committee and was past chair of the STEP Atlantic branch.
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