- a person to whom the legal title to property is entrusted to hold or use for another's
- a member of a board that manages the affairs and administers the funds of an institution
Translations for 'trustee'
- British English: trustee A trustee is someone with legal control of money or property that is kept or invested for another person, company, or organization. NOUNThe trustees of your pension fund decide which fund manager will invest some or all of your future income.
- Brazilian Portuguese: fideicomissário fideicomissária
- Chinese: 受托人受托託人
- European Spanish: fideicomisario fideicomisaria
- French: fidéicommissaire
- German: Treuhänder Treuhänderin
- Italian: amministratore fiduciario amministratora fiduciaria
- Japanese: 受託者
- Korean: 신탁 관리자
- Portuguese: fideicomissário fideicomissária
- Spanish: fideicomisario fideicomisaria
Example Sentences Including 'trustee'
Ex-teacher Michael Theobold, 54, quit as a Hearing Concern trustee after cops found 500 sick photos he dumped in woods.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
He has served on the Management Committee as both chairman of the Connacht Council and as a trustee.
Irish Times (2002)
It's been sitting in some trustee account ever since, earning a little interest every year.
The Hardie Inheritance
Ollie Weston was trustee for Boston's oldest and largest banking house.
The Dutch Blue Error
Shortly after his death, Widgery's family and friends held a commemoration at the Hackney Empire (of which he was a trustee ).
The account should be opened in the name of your son, with you as a trustee.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
The appointment of a trustee for the Henson structure is critical, Mr. Cherney notes.
Globe and Mail (2003)
The bar was in her name now, but because of her age and the nature of the business, Everett acted as trustee.
Roses are for the Rich
The chief trustee of Newhailes also dropped a letter to Brodrick requesting a formal apology.
AN UNLIKELY COUNTESS: Lily Budge and the 13th Earl of Galloway (2004)
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