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Old 06-17-2008, 09:59 AM   #1
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Vanguard AMS good for estate trustee?

Has anybody had experience with Vanguard Asset Management Services as a trustee on an estate? We're thinking of naming them to manage some financial assets as a trustee after DW and I have both left the scene . Not a pleasant thought but it's bound to happen.
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Old 06-17-2008, 03:38 PM   #2
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I selected Vanguard Trust Compay about three years ago because Its the ONLY trust com

USER vanguard trust companyHas anybody had experience with Vanguard Asset Management Services as a trustee on an estate? We're thinking of naming them to manage some financial assets as a trustee after DW and I have both left the scene . Not a pleasant thought but it's bound to happen.[/quote]
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I selected Vanguard Trust compay about threes years ago because I Think it is the ONLY Trust company that will be organized in the future as it is today. Think 10-15-20 or more years. The people will be different but the pholosophy will be about the same. Can not say that about a bank,,look how many have been gone out of busiiness or talken over..or other trust company organizations..I then have Vanguard Management Compnay running our Trust accout for the same reason.
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Relfont, we've had an account with Vanguard since the 70's. I agree that Vanguard is likely to be around for 20 to 30 years in a similiar form. Hopefully they will also retain their traditional low fee structure.
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