Bare-faced cheek

Wickenden, Tony
October 2004
Money Marketing;10/7/2004, p63
Discusses the applicability of trusts in combination with a financial product. Aim of the approach; Limitations of the combination; Elements of an arrangement based on a bare trust.


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