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Montreal Trust
Montreal Trust, established in 1889, is a full service trust company with offices coast to coast with total assets administered exceeding $70 billion. It is a leader in meeting the specialized financial requirements of Canadian business organizations, including stock transfer and registrar services, corporate trust, pension and investment fund services, corporate and government lending and income property lending.
Montreal Trust provides a diversity of products and services to individual clients. These include mortgage loans, real estate brokerage, personal loans, estate and trust administration, portfolio management, and all traditional deposit services such as savings and chequing accounts, investment certificates and registered retirement savings plans.

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