Chair Estate and Trust Planning Global Leadership Team
Chicago, Ill., and Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (November 4, 2021) – Cendrowski Corporate Advisors today announced its Founder and Managing Director Harry Cendrowski has been elected Global Chairperson of GGI‘s Trust & Estate Planning Practice Group. He will serve a three-year term ending in 2024. GGI announced the appointment last month following the results of an organization-wide vote.
Harry Cendrowski has been an active participant in GGI events and webinars since Cendrowski Corporate Advisors LLC joined GGI Global Alliance in 2019.
In his new role, Cendrowski will work with a global team of experts on strategic planning, practice group management, and positioning of the Trust & Estate Planning Practice Group. Their objective is to stay abreast of international developments so that GGI Practice Group members and their clients remain at the forefront of their business.
Cendrowski will engage regional leadership teams representing Asia-Pacific, Middle East-Africa, Europe, North America, and Latin America to foster an international, lively exchange of the latest news and developments.
“Given the mobility of high net worth private clients, we see a great need for those in the trust and estate profession to be able to identify cross-border issues,” says Harry Cendrowski. “GGI Global Alliance gives professionals access to a network of colleagues that help handle business abroad.”
With 185 active members around the world, the GGI Global Alliance Trust & Estate Planning Practice Group:
- Provides a focus for GGI members from the legal, accountancy, and business advisory professions with significant involvement in planning, creation, management, and accounting for trusts and estates, executorship administration, and related taxes.
- Promotes discussion of tax, accounting, administration statute, and case law that are of general concern to Practice Group members
- Advances training and learning to promote the practical aspects of cross-border trust and estate planning and administration.
Cendrowski adds that practice groups underscore the various specialized fields of knowledge of GGI and its member firms. The Trust & Estate Planning practice group is one of more than 20 focus groups established by GGI Global Alliance.
As a participating member, Cendrowski Corporate Advisors and other firms around the globe have access to thought leaders and contacts with similar practice specialties and interests through which they can:
- Exchange information to find better approaches and solutions to client’s issues
- Stay connected to international news and issues relevant to areas of their practice
- Exchange ideas, experiences, and views to further strengthen communication among fellow members with common practice backgrounds
- Gain insight into specialized issues
About Cendrowski Corporate Advisors
Cendrowski Corporate Advisors is a trusted advisor to enterprises, privately owned businesses, family offices, and high net worth individuals. In real estate alone, the firm has amassed decades of experience spanning every facet of the industry, from commercial developers to landlords and investors. Cendrowski Corporate Advisors serves financial institutions, venture capital and private equity firms, middle-market companies, and philanthropic organizations. The legal community—attorneys and courts alike—counts the firm among its trusted expert witnesses, and mediators, on behalf of its clients.
The firm’s executives have published five subject matter expertise books on private equity, fraud deterrence, e-discovery/cloud computing, and overcoming the challenges of enterprise risk management and technology. These books, housed in libraries around the globe, are used in the curriculum at leading business schools like The Ross School of Business at The University of Michigan. Founded in 1983, the firm has offices in Chicago, Ill., and Bloomfield Hills, Mich. More at cca-advisors.com.
About GGI Global Alliance
Founded 26 years ago as an alliance of high-quality, independent law, accounting, audit, management consulting, and trust firms focusing on serving the needs of family offices, GGI today features 623 members and 805 member-offices around the world.
GGI Practice Groups allow professionals of various interests and disciplines around the world to discuss ideas, foster connections and generate business opportunities, all with the intent of improving their clients’ bottom lines. Elections for Global Chairpersons and Vice Chairpersons occur every three years, and only GGI members who have attended at least one Practice Group meeting are eligible to be nominated. More at ggi.com.