Guidelines for trustees investing in an Invesco Perpetual ICVC
Guide | 29 July 2012
Further information about how trustees may invest in an Invesco Perpetual ICVC.
Invesco Perpetual will register the account in the joint names of the individual trustees. The first-named holder will receive all account documentation, correspondence and settlement cheques. The account will be given a unique designation, up to a maximum of eighteen characters. The words ‘trust’ and ‘trustee’ cannot be used in the registered name or in the designation for legislative reasons.
The following completed documentation will be required to set up an account with Invesco Perpetual:
- Invesco Perpetual Application for an ICVC form - To be completed by the trustees
- Invesco Perpetual ICVC Joint holders application form (if applicable) - To be completed by the trustees
- Extract of Trust Deed - the extract submitted should include only the name, nature and purpose, country of establishment, names and addresses of all trustees, together with a full signature list
- Beneficiary/Life Tenant under a Will Trust income payment instructions form - To be completed by the trustees and witnessed and signed by a Commissioner of Oaths or a qualified solicitor, together with an original or certified true copy of a bank statement for the bank account into which income is to be paid
- Please note: Invesco Perpetual only make income payments to a third party where the associated account is created on behalf of a Will Trust (as evidenced by the supplied 'Extract of Trust Deed')
- Anti-Money Laundering - Clients are electronically verified on a transaction basis. Where a client fails electronic verification they maybe asked to supply original or certified copies of documents to aid Invesco Perpetual to complete the verification process.
If you have any questions about investing on behalf of a Will Trust with Invesco Perpetual, please contact our us on freephone number 0800 085 8677.
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