Trust and Company Administration

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This module covers a range of principles and practice in trust and company law, including the procedures for accepting new business, keeping records and maintaining regular reviews. It also examines how trusts and companies are created, the main roles involved in maintaining them and how trusts and companies are used for tax-planning purposes. This is all studied in the context of the regulatory environment in which offshore services providers operate.

Study text

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Trust and Company Administration

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This is the recommended study text for the June 2022 exam. There will be an update for the November 2022 exam which will be published later in the year.

Exam material

In the table below you will find:

  • Exam paper - this is the paper that was set at the exam session
  • Mark scheme - this is the document markers used to assess students' answers
  • Examiner's report - this is the examiner's comment on the examination performance
  • Student answers - for some sessions we can show examples of answers students wrote in the examination
IFA Level 5 Trust and Company Administration exam material
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