Who We Are
CUSTODIAN TRUSTEES LIMITED (CTL) is a subsidiary of Custodian & Allied Plc. We are licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide trusteeship services.
We provide a bouquet of innovative trust products tailored to meet the needs and wishes of our vast clientele which includes individuals and corporate institutions. We also act as Company Secretaries and nominees.
Our approach is to provide bespoke advisory and transactional services to clients, both corporate and individual. Central to this approach is our keen understanding of our client’s specific needs and objectives.
Our synergistic alliances with our parent company, Custodian & Allied Plc and our sister companies, Custodian Life Assurance and CrusaderSterling Pensions afford us the unique privilege to provide customized wealth management services and lifestyle products designed to preserve wealth and provide financial legacies for generations.
- Government Bonds
- Charities & Foundations
- Child care Trust
- Education Trust
- Retirement & Annuity Trust
- Corporate Bond
- Collateral Trusteeship/Loan Syndication
- Trustees to Mutual Funds and Collective Investment Schemes
- Trustees to Real Estate Investment Trusts
Wealth Management & Estate Planning
- Living Trust
- Life Insurance Trust
What is a Will?
A Will is a legal instrument that sets out how the properties/estate/assets of a person (“the Testator”) should be distributed upon death.
Making a Will is a way to ensure your assets will be distributed according to your wishes at death.
Why do I need a Will?
If you die without a Will (referred to as dying intestate), your assets will be distributed according to other peoples’ wishes.
You would have lost the opportunity to name your beneficiaries and the executors who should manage your properties/estate.
What happens if I die without a Will?
Dying intestate can result in your surviving spouse, children and family suffering unnecessary financial hardship and emotional stress.
(e.g. many customs discriminate in sharing inheritance and the process sometimes causes irreconcilable differences within a family).
When should I make a Will?
You should make a will right now because nobody knows what tomorrow holds.
You don’t have to be very old to make a will, because an 18 year old is allowed under law to make a will. Also you don’t have to have so many assets to make a will.
Can a Will be changed?
A new will or a “codicil” can be executed to create an amended scheme for disposing of the testator’s assets.
A person should review his estate plan occasionally, especially after certain events, such as marriage, divorce and acquiring major assets or funds.
Why use a Trustee in preparing a Will?
Solicitors can prepare the will and register it in Court, a Trustee goes the extra mile in ensuring that the property is distributed to all beneficiaries as directed by the deceased in the Will.
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