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The 2022 Florida Statutes (including 2022 Special Session A and 2023 Special Session B)

Chapter 663
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F.S. 663.409
663.409 International trust company representative offices; permissible activities; requirements.
(1) An international trust company representative office may conduct any nonfiduciary activities that are ancillary to the fiduciary business of its international trust entity, but may not act as a fiduciary. Permissible activities include advertising, marketing, and soliciting for fiduciary business on behalf of an international trust entity; contacting existing or potential customers, answering questions, and providing information about matters related to their accounts; serving as a liaison in this state between the international trust entity and its existing or potential customers; and engaging in any other activities approved by the office or under rules of the commission.
(2) Representatives and employees at such office may not act as a fiduciary, including, but not limited to, accepting the fiduciary appointment, executing the fiduciary documents that create the fiduciary relationship, making discretionary decisions regarding the investment or distribution of fiduciary accounts, or accepting custody of any trust property or any other good, asset, or thing of value on behalf of the affiliated international trust entity, its subsidiaries or affiliates, or subsidiaries and affiliates of the international trust company representative office.
(3) An international trust company representative office licensed by the office may engage in any activities permissible for a qualified limited service affiliate under part IV of this chapter.
History.s. 10, ch. 2010-9; s. 31, ch. 2017-83.

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