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Could reserved powers trusts fall out of favour?

Reserved powers trusts have become highly popular wealth planning structures in Asia, yet some in the industry are still not convinced that these are the most appropriate arrangements for settlors, trustees and beneficiaries. Since these structures allow the settlor to retain a high degree of control over decision-making processes, they found a “natural home” in Asia some years ago, according…

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