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Following the death or in the event of lost capacity of an owner, a legally appointed executor can acquire access to crypto assets through our administration process, by providing necessary documents such as a death certificate, last will and testament, letters testamentary and identification.
Whilst alive, the owner can appoint a fiduciary and provide powers to fiduciaries after death permitting them to properly administer crypto assets in the estate. This includes accessing crypto assets and transferring ownership to nominated beneficiaries.
Protocols available within our governance controls for global standards to succession and guardianship laws. Assets will be secured and passed along regardless of the country of origin.
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Assessing clients’ financial goals and risk tolerance: Financial advisors help clients identify their financial goals, such as retirement planning, saving for education, or estate planning, and assess their risk tolerance, which is the level of investment risk that a client is comfortable with.
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