Taken on trust

Brown, Gerry
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p51
The article discusses the duties and responsibilities of trustees in the financial sector in Great Britain. The author notes that trustees are given the privilege to access a wide range of investment products provided that they have to comply with the regulations and specifications before they can gain the benefits of the products. The author also cites the features of the bond that can be used by trustees, along with the obligations and advantages it contains.


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