Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
A trust company is a financial institution that operates under either provincial or federal legislation and conducts activities similar to those of a bank. However, because of its fiduciary role, a trust company can administer estates, trusts, pension plans and agency contracts, which banks are not permitted to administer. The following institutions are regulated under the federal Trust and Loan Companies Act.
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