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Trust Manages Wealth

Trust Manages Wealth by Denis Paiste Union Leader, November 7, 2010 Paul Montrone discusses the formation and growth of Perspecta Trust. He states that “the way we do business is based on the way Paul (Meister) and I would like to have our trusts administered. This style appeals to people that have grown businesses and perhaps sold them, now find themselves with radically different personal balance sheets and estate-planning needs.” Read the full article.

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Banking on Trust

Banking on Trust by Denis Paiste Union Leader, November 7, 2010 Paul Montrone discusses the growth of New Hampshire’s trust industry. Scott Baker discusses the state’s advantageous trust laws, observing that “for Boston-based law firms, there will be a tipping point where it will become a competitive disadvantage not to be conducting their trust business in New Hampshire.” Read the full article.

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Scott Baker Named Chairman of the New Hampshire Trust Council

Scott Baker Named Chairman of the New Hampshire Trust Council By the New Hampshire Trust Council September 10, 2010 The New Hampshire Trust Council (NHTC) formally announced to today that Scott Baker will act as chairman of the newly formed non-profit organization. The NHTC will provide a forum for addressing mutual interests and strengthening the Granite State’s position as the industry leader nationwide. Mr. Baker, a principal of Hampton-based Perspecta Trust, said, “New Hampshire now has the nation’s most favorable trust laws and tax code for individuals establishing trusts. The Council will serve as a single voice for our industry and promote broadly the state’s advantages as a trust venue. We want our fellow citizens to be aware of these opportunities so they can make fully informed decisions in determining…

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