active trust

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a trust in which the trustee must perform certain duties

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As a person of faith, I yearn for a just society where faith is not a rigid structure of ideas to be imposed and protected, but an active trust in God, women and families to make wise decisions according to their own consciences," concluded Doubet King.
Actress and environmentalist Prunella Scales will mark National Tree Week this week by announcing that public fears for the future of trees and woods has led to a dramatic rise in active Trust membership.
According to the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, at the end of December 2012, there were 226 banks, 143 active trust licenses, 741 captive insurance companies, six money service businesses, and 10,841 registered mutual funds, of which 408 were administered and 121 were licensed.
He intends to undertake some non-executive directorships and to continue his charity work which includes chairing Music Theatre Wales and Arts Active Trust and advising the Aberfan Memorial and Educational charities with which he has been involved for more than 30 years He is a former board member of the Wales Millennium Centre and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Active Trust (Spain), Bridicum (Scandinavia), Buchanan (UK), Communication Valley (Italy), Interaxon (Greece), IT Matrix (Saudi Arabia), Marconi (U.
There were approximately 250 banks, 150 active trust licenses, 730 captive insurance companies, nine money service businesses, and more than 85,000 companies licensed or registered in the Cayman Islands.
Hopefully, the formation of a democratic, representative and active Trust can help to change that situation in the near future.