What Is The Difference Between A Settlor, Exchanger and Grantor

What Is The Difference Between A Settlor, Exchanger and Grantor

Settlor, Exchanger and Grantor are names for the same position when creating a trust. After the contractual arrangement (Bulletproof Trust) is established, an Exchanger transfers property (Assets) to the Trust or to the Trustee(s) in exchange for the Trust's Capital Interest Certificates.
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