What key financial services business issues, and regulatory challenges should you be ready for in 2019?
In its supervisory capacity, Trustees Executors is obliged by law to notify the relevant regulator of actual or potential legislatively-defined breaches by itself as the supervisor or by the entities it supervises.
Supervisors perform diverse roles with shared features under the various Acts of Parliament by which they are governed. In this article we have considered how supervisors function as monitors and enforcers of investment-related legislation, regulations, governing documents and supervisory agreements, with analysis based on a range of key legislative sections.
Trustees Executors Limited (TEL) has appointed Maryanne Fogarty to the newly created position of National Manager Trusts and Estates, signalling the Company’s commitment to growing their Private Wealth services.
The Philip Wylie Charitable Trust is proudly administered by Trustees Executors and was established in 2016 under the terms of the will of the late Mr Philip Wylie – whose charitable vision was to help make a difference in people’s lives.