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AIG Life releases trust pack for IFAs

Financial services company AIG Life has released a trust pack for IFAs aimed at explaining trusts and their benefits to clients.

AIG Life claim the pack explains the roles and responsibilities of trustees and the advantages to investors of using trusts.

It covers absolute, power of appointment, gift & loan and discretionary trusts and explains how each can suit the needs of individual needs investors.

The pack, including specimen copies of trust documentation is available free of charge to IFAs by contacting AIG Life broker services.

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