Bertram L. Levy, chair of Arnall Golden Gregory’s Private Wealth Practice, is the recipient of the Georgia Planned Giving Council’s 2015 Greater Good Award.
The Greater Good Award recognizes an outstanding member of the Georgia philanthropic community who has served at least 10 years in the field of planned giving.
Award recipients have advised charitable individuals in order to increase the quantity and quality of planned gifts to Georgia charities. Their work exemplifies model standards of practice for the charitable gift planner as established by the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning.
Mr. Levy’s practice is national in scope and focuses exclusively on complex wealth transfer planning for high net worth families. In addition to advising on charitable planning, he helps clients with sophisticated post-mortem planning and administration, and he has special expertise with issues involving the transfer of large family business interests and family business succession planning.
Mr. Levy chairs the Piedmont Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors and serves on the boards of the High Museum of Art, the Woodruff Arts Center and the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. He also serves on the advisory boards of Atlanta Celebrates Photography, Historic Oakland Foundation and Shepherd Center.
The Greater Good Award luncheon will be held on May 7.
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