FTNE Named a Finalist in Trust Cateogry for WM.com Awards

Manchester – July 1, 2024 – Fiduciary Trust of New England (FTNE) has been named a finalist in the Trust category for the 2024 WealthManagement.com Industry Awards.

“We are honored to be recognized for raising awareness of the tax, asset protection and other advantages of New Hampshire trusts,” comments Michael Costa, FTNE President & CEO. “Our expertise, personal service, and focus on our clients’ best interests has enabled us to significantly grow the number of families we serve using NH trusts over the past several years.”

Finalists for WealthManagement.com’s Industry Awards are chosen by a panel of independent judges who focus on recognizing firms and individuals that deliver excellent service and bring new initiatives to market.

The recipients of the 2024 awards will be announced at a ceremony in New York City on September 5, 2024.

About Fiduciary Trust of New England

Fiduciary Trust of New England is a New Hampshire-chartered trust company focused on individuals, third-party advisors, family offices, and nonprofits. We combine the experience and independence of our Massachusetts affiliate, Fiduciary Trust Company, with the favorable trust and tax laws of New Hampshire. FTNE provides flexible trust administration services, including serving as a corporate trustee under directed and delegated trust arrangements. In addition, Fiduciary Trust Company can provide custody services, and donor-advised funds are available through Fiduciary Trust Charitable.

Founded in 1885 as a family office, Fiduciary takes a personal approach based on expertise, strong performance and a genuine commitment to act in its clients’ best interests. The firm’s client focus has enabled it to achieve a 98% average annual client retention rate for over a decade.

To learn more about Fiduciary Trust of New England, please contact Michael N. Costa, FTNE President & CEO, at 603-695-4321 or costa@fiduciary-trust.com.

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