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Our Trust Advisors offer knowledge and support throughout the process.
We’re passionate about ensuring your success and work with your trusted team to create a plan that focuses on your future.
Creating a trust can be cumbersome, so we explain everything in a way that’s easy to understand.
Designed to meet you and your family’s estate planning needs2.
As trustees, we make sure assets go to the people you’ve chosen in an orderly manner.
Asset management for inexperienced, special needs, or minor beneficiaries.
Onshore, life insurance, revocable, irrevocable, hybrid, testamentary, grantor, living, life insurance, and charitable trusts.
Amerant works throughout the life of your trust and we ensure proper administration. Our services include opening and maintaining financial accounts, administering and managing tax return processes, all trust accounting including maintenance of financial documents and records. Our service is incomparable because of our years of experience in the international space.
Portfolio guidance, investment and asset allocation strategy should be implemented with a main focus of growth in assets and effective management. We take a holistic approach to your assets, so that we can effectively manage performance.
Continued communication on the trust’s performance to co-trustees and approved third-party advisors is core to our reporting process. You can direct distributions or allows us to do that for you. We review and confirm that all requests in the trust agreement are honored and carried out in accordance to your wishes.
We can help navigate and provide guidance on multiple trust types including Irrevocable trust, revocable trust, life insurance trust, asset-protection trust, blind trust, discretionary trust and more. Contact us to find out more about the types of trust we offer.
A trust is a relationship between the creator of the trust (the settlor); the person, institution, or corporate trustee in charge of managing the trust (the trustee); and one or more beneficiaries. The settlor transfers property to the trustee for the benefit of the beneficiaries and according to the trust agreement.
Property such as stocks, bonds, cash, mutual funds, life insurance policies, real estate, collectibles, and art are some of the assets that can be transferred into a trust. When transferring assets into a trust, it’s important to know if the trustee will be capable of managing the assets per the trust agreement.
Some examples are living trusts, life insurance trusts, irrevocable trusts, charitable trusts, dynasty trusts, and asset protection trusts.
Most people should consider setting up a trust, even if they don’t need it. It’s an exceptional way to control what happens to your estate, regardless of its size. Trusts allow you to keep your affairs confidential since they are not subject to probate.
Trusts are legal mechanisms that provide a wide range of benefits catered to everyone’s asset and estate planning needs. There are many reasons to set up trusts such as managing and/or distributing assets upon your death or incapacity in the way that you envisioned and protecting the wealth you created from the beneficiaries’ creditors or from the beneficiaries themselves. Trusts are also a practical way to simplify the transfer of wealth upon death as it prevents assets held in trust from being subject to a probate process
Setup fees for a trust vary on the complexity of the estate plan and the legal fees incurred by attorneys responsible for its constitution. Trustee fees are calculated on an annual basis, according to the level of responsibility assumed by the trustee. Fees can be charged annually, quarterly, or monthly.
Depending on the type of trust you have created or seek to create, you hire a trustee who has the expertise and capability to attend to its duties under the trust instrument. Capability not only refers to technical knowledge, which is very important, but also the possibility to carry out its duties for the duration of the trust. Trustees are bound by the trust agreement and must always act in the best interest of the beneficiaries, therefore when trustees have certain discretion, they must do so impartially to avoid any conflicts of interest. This may happen if you designate a trustee who may be influenced by one of the beneficiaries or a third party. This could be avoided by choosing a corporate trustee, such as Amerant, who will not be influenced by the beneficiaries or a third party and will loyally adhere to the trust agreement and its duties as required by a regimented committee structure. The management of trust assets is essential in reaching your goals therefore, it is recommended to engage corporate trustees who have wealth management divisions with access and expertise in asset management.
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1 Trust services offered through Amerant Bank, N.A. and are limited to trust administration.
2 Tax benefits vary and depend on many factors (such as residence or domicile of Settlor and its beneficiaries, governing jurisdiction of structure, geographic location of assets, etc.). Amerant Bank, N.A., its officers and representatives, are not a legal or tax advisers. We suggest consulting with an attorney or tax adviser about the consequences of any actions before making a decision.
Amerant Private Client services are subject to change and may be discontinued at any time without notice.
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Investments are Not FDIC or any other Government Agency Insured | Are Not Bank Guaranteed | May lose value
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