Press

An Interview with Chip Martin, Co-Founder of Concord Trust Company

Chip addresses some of the frequently asked questions about Directed Trust Administration, Modern Trust Law, and how Concord Trust Company can help. 

 
When to 'Decant' a Trust

Wall Street Journal, Liz Moyer

It is getting easier to tinker with irrevocable trusts, thanks to a process known as "trust decanting." Such trusts used to be difficult and costly to alter even if the trustee thought a change could be in the beneficiary's best interest. But decanting lets trustees change certain terms by figuratively pouring the assets from an old trust into a new one.

Press Releases

April 7, 2021

IQ-EQ enters the U.S. Private Wealth market with the acquisition of Concord Trust Company

IQ-EQ, an Astorg portfolio company, is pleased to announce that it has signed terms to acquire Concord Trust Company, a leading independent U.S. based trust company, headquartered in South Dakota and with offices in South Dakota and New Hampshire.  This transaction remains subject to state regulatory approval from the South Dakota Division of Banking.

October 1, 2017

New Hampshire Introduces Foundation Act

Accessing NH’s Tax, Creditor Protection Benefits

Massachusetts Lawyers WeeklyAmy Kanyuk

Read more about how trust situs has emerged as a critical issue for high-net-worth families and their trusts. Whether seeking privacy, securing protection from creditors or a dissident spouse, updating existing trust provisions or looking to minimize taxes, Bay State families need look no further than their close neighbor to the north.

Bloomberg: Wealthy Americans Turn To Trusts To Shield Assets

Bloomberg, Elizabeth Ody

Read more about how asset-protection trusts are the way many insulate their wealth from lawsuit claims.

Bank of America Trusts Subject To Mass. Tax, Court Rules

Law 360 , Brian Amaral

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently turned aside Bank of America’s efforts to cut its living trust's state tax liabilities by millions of dollars, finding that the bank was indeed an “inhabitant” of the commonwealth. This ruling highlights the importance of the place of trust administration when it comes to assessing state income and capital gains tax on trusts.

ABOUT CONCORD TRUST COMPANY

Concord Trust Company (CTC) is a state-chartered and regulated non-depository trust company. We focus on helping wealthy families and their trusted advisors realize the many benefits of directed trusts and locating trusts in a favorable trust and tax law jurisdiction. We have offices in New Hampshire and South Dakota, two of the best jurisdictions in the country, and administer trusts there for families from throughout the U.S. and the world.

CONTACT US


Concord Trust Company


New Hampshire Office
3 Executive Park Drive, Suite 302
Bedford, NH 03110
tel. 603.219.0264
fax. 603.856.8179


South Dakota Office
211 Founders Park Drive, Suite D
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
tel. 605.646.0300
fax. 605.496.7334

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