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A person entrusted to perform a particular task.

trustee

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The current FAF trustee appointment process is based on eight constituent organizations that submit names of prospective trustees when their respective seats on the FAF Board of Trustees open.
During the 1993 SBC meeting in Houston, Texas, a trustee of the Historical Commission heard two trustees of the Executive Committee discuss the pamphlet.
Although the latter may reflect journalistic exaggeration, the former reflects the very real concern of the state, and theoretically the community-at-large, in the actions of trustees, even trustees at a private university.
Among the trustees are chief executive officers of the largest public accounting firms, the former comptroller general of the United States, a former vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve, a former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, senior executives of some of the major financial institutions of the United States.
Both rural and urban trustees are responsible for governance, policy, community and public relations, budgeting, and leadership.
005614DS8 $150,000,000 Louisiana Agricultural Finance Authority Securitized Agricultural Revenue Bonds Series 1986A, trustees, SUNBURST BANK AND PREMIER BANK, N.
The Board of Trustees have approved in principle plans to merge five tax-exempt closed-end Funds as follows: Putnam Investment Grade Municipal Trust (NYSE: PGM) and Putnam Municipal Bond Fund (NYSE: PMG) would be merged into Putnam Municipal Opportunities Trust (NYSE: PMO), and Putnam High Yield Municipal Trust (NYSE: PYM) would be merged into Putnam Managed Municipal Income Trust (NYSE: PMM).
As for who the trustees will be, O'Connell said they will look for people who ``are familiar with these types of schools, people with experience, to make recommendations, improve student achievement and change the culture at these challenging schools.
However, trustees and estate fiduciaries uniquely occupy positions of trust and can incur penalties or potential liability for acting negligently in managing assets on beneficiaries' behalf.
The rules governing a trustee's duties are primarily set forth in the trust instrument, but CPAs who serve as trustees for clients also should be aware that California law plays a major role in the governance of the trustee.
Anaheim, California, was the host for ADAA's Annual Conference in 2004 where the new Board of Trustees was seated in July.
The Lien Law incorporates a mechanism for trustees to alert beneficiaries to the distribution of trust assets in repayment of advances made by lenders.