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Trust Incorporation


TRUST INCORPORATION

A trust is simply a legal concept using common laws and principles between two parties, the Settlor (owner of the assets) and the Trustee (who manages the assets) for the benefit of a third party, the beneficiary. This is a private arrangement and there is no requirement to register the trust.

Trust companies offer a very valuable method of arranging your assets to minimise tax exposure, structure your estate and look after the ownership of the assets. Trusts are often tailored for a specific purpose as outlined in the Trust Deed. The purposes need not be charitable or relate solely to an individual and therefore are often used for succession planning or to protect the ownership of the asset.

The Trust Deed is the most important document required when forming a Trust. It is a written contract dictating the formal agreement between the Settlor and the Trustee. It will describe the duties and objectives for the Trustee in reference to the management of the Trust assets for the benefit of the Beneficiaries’.

OUR OFFER

Formations House offers incorporation of the most efficient Trust structure, with:

  • High level of anonymity
  • Acceptability in most other common law jurisdictions
  • Zero tax on income received to the Trust.

The Trust Deed is not filed with the Government Registry of the global jurisdiction of incorporation and the details of the parties involved in the Trust do not need to be disclosed.

Requirements
  • Registered Office must be maintained in global jurisdiction of incorporation
  • All Due Diligence documentation of the Settlor and the Trustee
What you get

The process to incorporate a Trust takes 10 minutes. Once incorporated, you will receive:

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Trust Deed Document (to be completed and stored at the registered office)
  • Trust Regulations
  • Appointment of the Trustee by the Settlor
  • First Resolution of the Trustees
  • Additional Certified Copy documents where required

 

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