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why family trust with individual as trustee need LEI


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according to IG website, for the trust with corporation as trustee, LEI is required, for the turst with individual as trustee, LEI is not required, but IG staff insist on requesting LEI for family trust account which has been operation for years?

Or IG should change the explaination on the website as their own staff reject it ?

 

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