Fiduciary Services For Investment Partnerships And Family Offices


Corporate Trust, Escrow and Loan Agency Services

Corporate Trust

Bond Trustee

Successor Trustee

Separate Trustee


Issuing/Paying Agent

Collateral Agent

Security Agent

Settlement Agent

Fiscal Agent

Disbursing Agent

Escrow Agent

Mergers & Acquisitions

Lease Finance

Project Finance

Capital Raise


LC Alternative

Like Kind Exchange



Segregated Funds

Loan Agency

Loan Agent

Collateral Agent

Administration Agent

Term Loans

Revolving Credit Lines

Mezzanine Loans

Capital Leasing

Bi-lateral Loans

Club Deals

Broadly Syndicated

IRA and Custodial Services

Alternative Asset Custody

Trade Settlement


Records Management

Safekeeping of Assets

Traditional, ROTH, SEP, and Roll-Overs

Coverdell Education Savings Account

Fiduciary Services For Investment Partnerships And Family Offices

Partnership Asset Custody

Partner Interest Custody

Monthly Valuation (NAV)

Income Allocations

Unit Purchase Processing

Unit Sale Processing

Accounting-GL Integration

Partnership Accounting

Collect/Distribute Income

Full Accrual System

Church, Non-Profit and Advisory Services

Starting in the sixth century, when kings appointed stewards to manage their royal wealth, and being cemented in 1838 with the founding of the House of Morgan by J.P. Morgan to manage the family assets, the concepts of Investment Partnerships and Family Offices (IP/FO) have grown to cover all manner of structures and services to manage large private assets. In the modern era fueled by globalization, the number of IP/FOs has grown dramatically. With ever more complex holdings, structures, assets, and investment vehicles, the fiduciary needs the IP/FOs have come to value include extensive knowledge of their complex organizations, understanding their key investment concerns, how to optimize investment administration, and crucial experience with regulatory and tax administration.

For additional information:

Gordy Jakus, SVP