NRS 669A.220
Powers of family trust companies

  • banking business prohibited.


A family trust company may, but only for family members:


Act as a fiduciary within and outside this State as permitted by law and as consistent with the trust or will.


Act within and outside this State as advisory agent, agent, assignee, assignee for the benefit of creditors, attorney-in-fact, authenticating agent, bailee, bond or indenture trustee, conservator, conversion agent, curator, custodian, escrow agent, exchange agent, fiscal or paying agent, financial advisor, investment advisor, investment manager, managing agent, purchase agent, receiver, registrar, safekeeping agent, subscription agent, transfer agent except for public companies, warrant agent, or in similar capacities generally performed by corporate trustees, and in so acting to possess, purchase, sell, invest, reinvest, safekeep or otherwise manage or administer real or personal property of other persons.


Exercise the powers of a business corporation or a limited-liability company organized or qualified as a foreign corporation or a limited-liability company under the laws of this State and any incidental powers that are reasonably necessary to enable it to fully exercise, in accordance with commonly accepted customs and usages, a power conferred in this chapter.


Do and perform all acts necessary or incidental to exercise the powers enumerated in this section or authorized by this chapter and any other applicable laws of this State.


A family trust company shall not engage in any:


Banking with the public; or


Trust company business with the public unless licensed pursuant to chapter 669 of NRS.

Source: Section 669A.220 — Powers of family trust companies; banking business prohibited., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-669A.­html#NRS669ASec220.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 669A.220’s source at nv​.us