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Authorities Of A Swiss Trust Company

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A Swiss Trust Company is authorized, but not limited to, conduct the following business activities:

  • The power to loan money.
  • The power to open any bank accounts, including trust and escrow accounts in any bank domiciled in the United States and/ or any bank domiciled in any international location.
  • The power to offer and service a complete range of world wide fiduciary services.
  • The power to participate in life insurance, fixed or variable annuity or life settlement policy, credit insurance.
  • The power to acquire, develop, hold, sell, trade, exchange, dispose, mortgage of real property, precious metals, natural resources.
  • It may engage in the general leasing business, franchising, money funds, mutual funds, formation of general limited partnerships, real estate investment trust.
  • Acts as a holding company for banks, savings and loans, insurance companies, small business investments, corporations and stock brokerage firms.
  • Reinsurance for political risk/trade and premium financing.
  • The signature of any commercial paper, debt obligation, bonds, stocks, securities, subscription agreements, and any other evidence of indebtness document or agreement binding upon such terms and conditions as determined by this and its Trustees..
  • The Power to Act as Natural Persons.
  • The Power to Act as Attorney-in-Fact.
  • The Power to Act as Officers, Agent, Employees.
  • The Power to Make Contracts.
  • The Power to Create Agencies and Joint Ventures.
  • The Power of investments.
  • The Power to Deal in Goodwill.
  • The Power of Donation.
  • The Power of Guarantee.
  • The Power of Trustee.
  • The Power to Act as investment Advisor.
  • The Power to Act as Consultant.
  • The Power to Deal in Securities and Commodities Brokerage.
  • The Power of inventory Financing.
  • The Power to Deal in Shipping.
  • The Power to Create Correspondent Banking Relationships.
  • The Power of Collections.
  • The Power to Hold Patents.
  • The Power to Make Acquisitions.
  • The Power to be Registered in Foreign Countries.
  • The Power to Sell Annuities.
  • The Power to Re-Insure.
  • The Power to Counter-lnsure.
  • The Power to Create or Set Aside Outside Of The Company a Special Fund.
  • The Power to Sell Endowments.
  • The Power to Act as Pension Advisor.
  • The Power to Deal in Insurance Brokerage.
  • The Power to Provide Insurance to Protect Employers Principals Against Worker injury.
  • The Power to Protect Employers and Principals Against Worker Related Liability.
  • The Power to Protect Employees and Principals Against Fraud by Agents Acting on Their Behalf.
  • The Power to Protect Employers and Principals Against Breach of Trust Agents.
  • The Power to Protect Employers and Principals Against Private Sureties by Agents.
  • The Power to Provide insurance Against injury, Damage or Accident.
  • The Power to Provide insurance Against Misadventure of any kind.
  • The Power to Provide insurance Against Theft or Burglary.
  • The Power to Provide insurance Against Fire.
  • The Power to Provide insurance Against Lightning.
  • The Power to Provide Health insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Automobile insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Mortgage insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Performance Bond insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Marine Insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Surety Bond insurance.
  • The Power to Provide Completion Bond insurance.
  • The Power to Provide investment Insurance.