This article reprint was published in a May 2016 issue of Bloomberg BNA’s Tax Management MemorandumTM .
- An overview of managing trust-owned life insurance policies and fulfilling fiduciary obligations.
- How the Prudent Investor Rule applies in the insurance context.
- Why key to minimizing fiduciary risk is carefully complying with fiduciary obligations in a manner that is well-documented.
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