Professional trustees: Managing risk

Oliver Auld examines the limitations of ‘anti-Bartlett’ clauses following Zhang Hong Li v DBS Bank ‘The purpose of an “anti-Bartlett” clause is to nullify (to the extent possible) the trustee’s duty to enquire into or interfere in the conduct of any business investment under its ownership or control.’ The decision of the Hong Kong Court …
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