Specialists in a bank’s trust department provide a wide variety of customer services. They aid companies in managing their employee retirement programs, issuing securities, maintaining business records, and investing funds. Consumers also receive help in man aging their property and in building an estate for retirement. Men and women employed in bank trust departments usually posses a wide range of backgrounds in commercial and property law, real estate appraisal, securities investment strategies, financial statement analysis, and marketing.
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