Patricia Annino named Fellow and awarded the Global Educational Network Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising by the Family Firm Institute
News Patricia Annino · October 14, 2020
Patricia Annino was named Fellow and has been awarded the Global Educational Network Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising by the Family Firm Institute (FFI). The certificate is presented to individuals who have achieved comprehensive professional knowledge and gained significant expertise that can be used as value to family business owners and family wealth clients. This distinction further ensures that the highest standards in professional best practices will be implemented. The FFI GEN Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising is designed to increase awareness and exposure to concepts, skills, and knowledge necessary to optimize effectiveness as family business advisors and consultants.
“Through completion of the certificate program, Patricia Annino has gained a deeper understanding of the needs of family-owned enterprises and the many roles family business and non-family members play,” said Judy Green, President of the Family Firm Institute. Participants have access to cutting edge information and resources for exploring the core disciplines — behavioral science, finance, law and management science — and steps for forming collaborative teams. FFI provides multidisciplinary educational programs to advance family enterprises worldwide by enabling collaboration between family enterprise practitioners and academics, creating a global network of professionals.
Patricia M. Annino is a partner in Rimon’s Trust and Estates Group. A nationally recognized authority on estate planning and taxation. Ms. Annino has more than 30 years of experience serving the diverse needs of families, individuals, and owners of closely-held businesses. Prior to joining Rimon, Ms. Annino worked at Prince Lobel, where she served as Chair of the firm’s Estate Planning and Probate Group. Ms. Annino’s practice includes all aspects of private client work, including estate planning; will and trust planning; incapacity planning; prenuptial and postnuptial agreements; estate litigation; advising executors, trustees, and beneficiaries and administration of estates and trusts. Read more.