FBN Trustees, a subsidiary of FBN Capital Limited and a part of the FBN Holdings Group, has commenced another season of the Legacy Series in line with its commitment to support the development and financial growth of individuals.
Now in its fourth season, the series aims to improve the understanding of the concept of estate planning so individuals can learn how to identify opportunities, secure their future, and transfer these assets seamlessly to their preferred beneficiaries across generations.
Hosted on radio by Mofoluke Keshinro, one of the two certified Trust and Estate Practitioners (TEP) in Nigeria and Head, Private Trusts at FBN Trustees, the programme will deconstruct the key considerations for managing your estate plans in line with global best practice.
This season will cover discussions on estate administration, executorship, succession planning for family businesses, Islam and common laws on estate planning, and wealth transfer principles that require further clarification. The FBN Trustees Legacy Series draws from real life experiences, describes scenarios, and proffers solutions to life issues flowing from such analyses.
According to Mofoluke, “FBN Trustees has remained one of the leading Trust service providers in Nigeria for more than 30 years, building on the heritage of FBN Holdings Plc”.
“We see the current knowledge gap as a disturbing trend, and through the Legacy Series, we seek to bridge this age-long deficiency. We will bring our vast experience to bear in enlightening people about the benefits of taking the right step, and answer any lingering questions that may be holding them back from taking action” she added.
The Series features as a column in the Punch newspapers and online. It also runs as an interactive programme on Classic FM Lagos on Mondays at 7 pm, with repeat broadcasts on Cool FM Abuja on Tuesdays at 8.30am, and fortnightly on Smooth FM Lagos on Wednesdays at 8.15pm.
Listeners and followers will have the opportunity to ask questions which will be answered on the radio programme or via the online platforms throughout the course of the campaign.