- Fomag pensions
- What is the difference between a bank and a trust?
- What are the acts of conservation to be performed by the trustee?
- What is a trust and what is it for?
- Types of trust agreements
- What is a bank trust?
- What happens if I withdraw from a fiduciary assignment?
- How long does the construction company have to pay back the money?
- What does it mean to be sent to the entity
- What rights does the trustee have?
- What is a fiduciary guarantee?
- What is a fiduciary assignment in Colombia?
- Www.fomag.gov.co certificates
The word fiducia means faith, trust. It is a mechanism by means of which a natural or legal person delivers a sum of money or real or personal property to a Fiduciary for it to develop a specific investment, administration, collection or guarantee management. Such management may be carried out for the benefit of himself or of another person. For this work the Fiduciary receives a remuneration called commission.
The Trust involves three parties, namely: the Settlor, who is the natural or legal person who entrusts the trustee with a specific management of one or several of its assets, for the fulfillment of a purpose; the Trustee, which are the Trust Companies authorized by the Financial Superintendence of Colombia; and the Beneficiary, who is the person for whose benefit the trust is developed and the purpose pursued is fulfilled. The beneficiary may be the trustor himself.
In the Fiduciary Assignment, the settlor retains ownership of the assets delivered to the trustee. It is a simple administration of the assets, without transfer of ownership. On the other hand, in the Commercial Trust contract, the trustor is released from the ownership of the assets delivered, taking them out of its patrimony. These assets become part of an Autonomous Patrimony, which is administered by the trust company.
What is the difference between a bank and a trust?
Fiduciaries are not banks. Fiduciaries are financial institutions belonging to the category of financial services companies. Banks, on the other hand, are defined as credit institutions, according to the Organic Statute of the Financial System. 2.
What are the acts of conservation to be performed by the trustee?
To initiate the necessary actions for the conservation of the goods. To keep professional secrecy. Comply with tax obligations. Defend and protect the trust assets against any act coming from a third party, from the beneficiary or even from the same constituent.
What is a trust and what is it for?
What is a Trust? It is a contract by means of which a person called Settlor, delivers one or several assets to a Trust Company so that the latter fulfills a specific purpose in favor of the Settlor or a third party designated by the Settlor, called Beneficiary.
Types of trust agreements
Article 1°.- (Scope of application) The purpose of this Law is to ensure the continuity of the means of subsistence of human capital, by means of mandatory long-term social insurance in compliance with Article 158 of the Political Constitution of the State and to provide for the destination and administration of the resources that benefit Bolivian citizens in accordance with Law No. 1544 of March 21, 1994 (Capitalization Law).
Article 2°.- (Long Term Compulsory Social Security) The Long Term Compulsory Social Security includes retirement, disability, death and professional risk benefits in favor of its Affiliates.
Article 3°.- (Destination of the Capitalization resources) The resources coming from the shares owned by the State in the capitalized companies, transferred for the benefit of the Bolivian citizens specified in Article 6 of the Capitalization Law, shall be destined to the payment of a life annuity called Solidarity Bonus (Bonosol) and to the payment of funeral expenses, in accordance with the present law.
What is a bank trust?
On the other hand, a trust is a contract in which an individual or any entity hands over to a third party a resource, property or any other asset, to be managed for a certain period of time. The clauses of this trust contract can be adapted according to your needs and convenience.
What happens if I withdraw from a fiduciary assignment?
The law establishes that when a person signs a trust agreement and then decides to withdraw from the home purchase business, he/she must pay a penalty that can range between 10% or 15% of the money contributed from the signing of the contract until the day of withdrawal.
How long does the construction company have to pay back the money?
The consumer relationship is of a contractual nature, by virtue of which the parties must strictly comply with the obligations acquired. This return must be made within 30 calendar days.
What does it mean to be sent to the entity
Progreso has a very conservative investment policy. Our investments in the Severance Funds are made in fixed term deposits to offer you a fixed and constant yield; which translates into greater security and peace of mind for your company and your employees.
This fund is established as a result of Law 44 of August 14, 1995, and is regulated by Executive Decree No. 106 of December 26, 1995. To see the complete law of the Severance Fund of August 1995 click here.
The trust for the Severance Fund is established through an agreement between you as the employer and Progreso as the administrator. Progreso basically invests your funds conservatively in instruments that produce steady and secure returns for you.
What rights does the trustee have?
Trust rights, as participations in a trust or Autonomous Patrimony administered by a Trust Company, allow you to become the owner of the fraction of a specific real estate project; initially by making an investment that generally ranges between 10% and 20% of the value of the property.
What is a fiduciary guarantee?
These are all those fiduciary businesses by virtue of which the trustor irrevocably transfers to the trustee the ownership of one or more specified assets with the purpose of securing the fulfillment of certain obligations.
What is a fiduciary assignment in Colombia?
Trust assignment: By means of this modality, certain assets are delivered to the trust company for its administration or execution of certain activities, in accordance with the purpose and instructions of the contract.
The trustee is the one who holds the ownership of the trust property or rights and who is in charge of the realization of the purposes of the trust, through the compulsory exercise of the rights received from the trustor. The General Law of Credit Instruments and Operations of 1932, regarding who can be a trustee, established in its first paragraph, article 350: “Only institutions expressly authorized to do so in accordance with the General Law of Credit Institutions can be trustees”.
* Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 5 section VIII and 21 of the Organic Law of the National Savings Trust, published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on December 26, 1986, such trust may act as trustee.
Definition of Fiduciary published by Victor Manuel Alfaro Jimenez, of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM): The person who must deliver to a third party, by disposition of the testator, all or part of the inheritance he has received…