Deed Of Trust
Deed of trustSee: Indenture
Deed Of TrustAn instrument used in many states in place of a mortgage. Property is transferred to a trustee by the borrower (trustor) in favor of the lender (beneficiary), and reconveyed upon payment in full.
Deed Of Trust
Anti-trust policyAnti-trust policy
U.S. term for competition policy.
Association of Investment Trust CompaniesAssociation of Investment Trust Companies
An association formed in 1932 to represent the interests of investment trust companies. Its main aims are the protection and promotion of the interests of its members and their shareholders. It also provides information on the composition and performance of investment trusts.Contact the AITC by phone on +44 (0)20 7282 5555 or by post at Durrant House, 8-13 Chiswell Street, London, EC1V 4YY or online at http://www.aitc.co.uk.
Fixed trustFixed trust
A unit investment trust consisting of securities that were agreed upon at the time of investment and do not change.
Antitrust lawsAntitrust laws
US legislation to prevent monopolies and restraint of trade.
Blind trustBlind trust
A trust in which a fiduciary third party has total discretion to make investments on behalf of a beneficiary while the beneficiary is uninformed about the holdings of the trust.
Further SuggestionsNondiscretionary trust
Municipal Investment Trust (MIT)
All inclusive Trust Deed (wrap around mortgage)
Equipment trust certificates
Grantor Retained Income Trust (GRIT)
Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)
Trust fund transaction
Unit Share Investment Trust (USIT)
Inter vivos trust
Bank trust department
Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC)
Collateral trust bonds