Private banks may wish to review clients’ trusts to determine whether relevant individuals and entities are overstepping their roles, in the wake of a landmark judgement that should set a precedent for the interpretation of trustees and trust protectors’ roles going forward. In a recent judgement issued by the Royal Court of Jersey regarding a case involving two Jersey-based trusts under…
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