The fiduciary is the person with the authority to make deposits to and withdrawals from a fiduciary account. If the original fiduciary cannot act a new fiduciary must be appointed.
It is an adjective or a noun. A fiduciary (noun) is a person who acts in a fiduciary (adjective) capacity.
fiduciary and trustee
A "fiduciary receipt" is a document that a person acting in capacity of a fiduciary for another person would get in order to allow an audit of the discharge of their duties - part of a fiduciary account.
Fidelity Fiduciary Bank was created in 1964.
A fiduciary service is a trust impose in a person to act on someone's behalf
FIDUCIARY : pertaining to the control or management of property for another, as in guardians and trustees.
Fiduciary issue is a part of the issue of notes in the past bank that is not supported by gold. Fiduciary refers to an ethical relationship of trust between two or more parties.
Congress has not done a very good job of exercising its fiduciary responsibilities to taxpayers.
Corporate fiduciary duties demand that the "fiduciary," (who is given legal control over funds), establishes a "standard of care" that rejects normal self interest for the benefit of the corporation's finances. The fiduciary must not take advantage of or betray the confidence of the entrusting parties.
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" A fiduciary is someone who has undertaken to act for and on behalf of another in a particular matter in circumstances which give rise to a relationship of trust and confidence. " A fiduciary duty is the highest standard of care at either equity or law. A fiduciary is expected to be extremely loyal to the person to whom they owe the duty (the "principal"): they must not put their personal interests before the duty, and must not profit from their position as a fiduciary, unless the principal consents. The fiduciary relationship is highlighted by good faith, loyalty and trust, and the word itself originally comes from the Latin fides, meaning faith, and fiducia. When a fiduciary duty is imposed, equity requires a stricter standard of behavior than the comparable tortious duty of care at common law. It is said the fiduciary has a duty not to be in a situation where personal interests and fiduciary duty conflict, a duty not to be in a situation where their fiduciary duty conflicts with another fiduciary duty, and a duty not to profit from their fiduciary position without express knowledge and consent. A fiduciary cannot have a conflict of interest. It has been said that fiduciaries must conduct themselves "at a level higher than that trodden by the crowd" and that "[t]he distinguishing or overriding duty of a fiduciary is the obligation of undivided loyalty."