Each January, this article reflects on the developments of the past year and their impact on the fiduciary profession. Last year has proven to be the most difficult to write about for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, one would rather forget 2020 than remember it because of the number of tragic and unprecedented events that occurred. Second, because of many of these events, the lessons for professional fiduciaries are numerous. And third, while typically this article delves into the
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