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Date Published: 6 July 2018

Event Speakers: Chan Wai Mun and Joel Wee.

Mr Chan Wai Mun and Mr Joel Wee from CNPLaw LLP, formerly known as Colin Ng & Partners LLP, gave a talk on the topic of Trusts this week at a seminar organised by FSMOne. The talk provided an overview of setting up a Trust, the structure of and parties to a Trust arrangement, how a Trust structure could be used for property ownership in order to achieve different objectives, the rights and powers of each party in a Trust and the various types of Trusts that could be set up. The seminar was followed by a Q&A session and was well attended by over 70 participants.

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