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Brad has decades of experience in the field and is very well trusted and respected in the sector.

Brad graduated as a BA LLB from the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS). After seven years in Australia, qualifying as a UK Paralegal with distinction, he moved to England in 2001, working with The Salvation Army, The Stroke Association and as a paralegal for law firm Baker & Mckenzie.

From 2003 to 2013 Brad worked at Age UK in both legacy administration and the executorship service. The department was placed second in the Lawyer Magazine Public Sector in-house Team of the Year in 2009. He obtained the ILM Certificate in Charity Legacy Administration with distinction in 2005 and the STEP Foundation certificate in 2007. Brad was nominated for the ILM Legacy Professional of the Year in 2011.

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Legacy Link filled in for the MS Society on legacy administration for several weeks. We were very impressed with Brad Greis, who did a brilliant job for us. Adam West, Legacy Campaigns Manager.

May I take this opportunity to pass on my thanks to Brad for providing an amazing level of cover here at WWF-UK whilst both Debbie and myself where away on annual leave. It was an absolute pleasure to welcome Brad to WWF-UK and we would certainly have no hesitation in requesting further cover, should this be required in the future. Sharon Horner, WWF.

Legacy Link can always be relied upon to provide additional resources whether it be short term or on a more long term basis. The consultants are professional and experts in legacy administration which means they can hit the ground running and take some of the pressure off the team, when help is needed the most. Brad Greis and Naomi Orrey were recently helping out at the BHF and both of them are incredibly professional and a pleasure to work with. Meenaxi Mawji, British Heart Foundation

Brad has been a valuable member of our fundraising team. He has worked diligently and has handled a busy caseload with care and skill and has also highlighted possibilities to maximise legacy income. We are very grateful for his help. Sarah Seddon, Combat Stress