A Discretionary Trust is a legal arrangement which allows the owner of a life insurance policy (the settlor) to give their policy to a trusted group of people (the trustees), who look after it.

At some time in the future they pass it on to some people from a group that the settlor has decided (the beneficiaries).

The trustees have discretion about which of the beneficiaries to pass it on to, how much each will get, and when.


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Speak to your financial adviser for advice.

How do I complete my Discretionary Trust form?

Visit our Trust Hub below.