Definitions for "Trustee"
A person to whom property is legally committed in trust, to be applied either for the benefit of specified individuals, or for public uses; one who is intrusted with property for the benefit of another; also, a person in whose hands the effects of another are attached in a trustee process.
To attach (a debtor's wages, credits, or property in the hands of a third person) in the interest of the creditor.
Individual or corporate body who looks after the assets of a trust and manages the trust in accordance with terms and conditions agreed verbally or in writing.
A bank assigned by the issuer as the custodian of funds and official representative of bondholders. Unlimited Tax Bond A Bond secured by the pledge of taxes that are not limited by rate or amount.
Agent of a bond issuer who handles the administrative aspects of a loan and ensures that the borrower complies with the terms of the bond indenture.
A bank or trust company designated by the Issuer or borrower under the Indenture as the custodian of funds and official representative of bondholders.
Keywords:  aoe
Trustee Member elected to monitor that funds are spent as voted on by the General Membership. Trustees are non-voting members of the Executive Board.
A board member of a foundation. A foundation's trustees generally make the final decisions on grant applications.
a member of the Board of Trustees; a trustee may be elected from an owning diocese or from the Associated Alumni, the Faculty, or the Student Body; all bishops of owning dioceses are Trustees; all retired bishops become Honorary Trustees.
Keywords:  resp, fidelity
Fidelity's RESP Trustee is TD Trust.
Keywords:  aspx, msdn, acl, logon, ace
The user account, group account, or logon session to which an access control entry (ACE) applies. Each ACE in an access control list (ACL) applies to one trustee. See also access control entry [ ] and access control list [ ] .
The choice of trustee is very important as the trustee is the legal owner of the trust assets. HSBC trust services act as a corporate trustee to ensure continuity of administration.
The institution which maintains administrative control over another's assets: a commercial bank, savings and loan association, mutual savings bank, trust company or stockbroker.
an adult individual or financial institution that is designated to be responsible for the administration of a trust. There may be more than one trustee (co-trustees), and an individual and a financial institution may serve as co-trustees.
Keywords:  kiwi, bidder, zealand, auctioneer, role
To commit (property) to the care of a trustee; as, to trustee an estate.
The Trustee for Unit Holders in Kiwi Income Property Trust is New Zealand Permanent Trustees Limited. Refer to 'Corporate Governance' section for further details on the role of the Trustee.
A neutral party who advertises the foreclosure property for sale and conducts the auction to sell said property to the highest bidder. May also be the "Auctioneer".
A representative who bases his or her decision not on public opinion but on what he or she believes is right or best.
Representatives who make decisions based on what they feel is in the best interest of the people, regardless of whether or not this accords with what their constituents want done.
An organization hired by the hospital to fulfill the duties assigned to it in the bond documents after the bonds are issued, such as paying agent, registrar, authenticating trustee, transfer agent and secondary market disclosure agent. The Trustee monitors hospital performance of required notices, maintaining bond trust accounts for the payment of principal and interest, etc. The Trustee is often a bank trust department.
The employer, by virtue of the adopting resolution, is plan trustee for the money purchase plan.
The trustee overseas the flow of funds, collecting principal and interest from the servicer, distributing payments and reporting to those with an interest in the trust.
Keywords:  truth, lending, step, two, mortgage
Truth-in-Lending Two-Step Mortgage
A user or group that has been granted rights to work with a directory, file, or object. Trustee assignments
A user, group, or other object that has been granted rights to an object, file, or directory.
Keywords:  see
See trust and trustee.