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Francis X. RobinsonFrancis X. Robinson*

(617) 574-3599
frobinson@goulstonstorrs.com
Fax: (617) 574-7679
Boston
400 Atlantic Avenue
Boston MA
02110-3333
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Education
Suffolk University, B.S., 1984

Overview

Frank Robinson is the Director of Fiduciary Services at Goulston & Storrs. He brings over 25 years of experience in trust management, fiduciary and custody services to the firm and oversees over $2.1 billion in trust assets. Frank is actively involved in the direction and implementation of investment strategy and management of client investment portfolios. Since 2000, he has collaborated with attorneys in the Private Client & Trusts Group to insure that all investment strategies conform to the interests of the clients and the trustees. Frank’s responsibilities include overseeing all portfolio asset allocation, investment performance, state and federal tax filings, client communications and reporting, day-to-day administration and the operation of the firm’s Probate department.

Prior to joining the firm, Frank was the Manager of Trust Operations at Bingham McCutchen and a Senior Trust Consultant at Hutchins Wheeler & Dittmar in Boston.

*Mr. Robinson is not an attorney

Representative Experience

  • Portfolio asset allocation
  • Custody services
  • Investment performance
  • State and federal tax filings
  • Client communications and reporting
  • Day-to-day administration
  • Operation of the Probate Department
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clientAdvisories: Making the Most of the New Tax Law: Estate Planning and Wealth Transfer Strategies in 2011/12
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