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UTGL Supreme

UTGL Supreme

UTGL Supreme

Tailored for users seeking ultimate wealth and unmatched asset protection.

Tailored for users seeking ultimate wealth and unmatched asset protection.

Application Fee

$0*

*With injection over 500,000 USD or 15,000 USD application fee

Card Offer

1 complimentary physical World Elite Metal Asset Link Credit Card

Up to 5% USD cashback for cross border card transactions

Eligibility for invitation to apply for world’s first World Elite Ceramic Asset Link Credit Card

Max. 10 credit cards per account

Everything in Premium plan, plus

Set up SPVs (Special Purpose Vehicle)

Unlimited beneficiaries

OVERVIEW

Supreme plan: Comprehensive corporate asset management

The UTGL Supreme plan offers the ultimate solution for corporations and high-net-worth individuals requiring sophisticated asset protection and management. This plan provides unmatched features and benefits.


The plan is tailored for corporations and individuals with complex financial needs, offering the highest level of asset protection, investment flexibility, and exclusive benefits. It's the pinnacle of trust and wealth management services.

Key Features

01

Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) Structure: Enhanced legal protection for your assets.

02

Diverse Asset Coverage: From luxury goods to securities and properties.

03

Tax Optimization: Registration for receiving tax-free income from compliant sources.

04

Elite Credit Card: Up to 5% overseas cashback and exclusive perks.

05

Global Invoice Payment: Effortless international transactions.

06

Unlimited Beneficiary Designation: Maximum flexibility in estate planning.

HOW IT WORKS

Leveraging the Supreme plan

Orchestrating comprehensive corporate wealth management.

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CHOOSING PLAN

Is UTGL Supreme plan a good choice for my company?

Ideal for corporate who need tax planning and are not adequately served by banks due to the privacy or flexibility.

Comprehensive financial benefits

The plan offers tax benefits, asset segregation, and retaining full investment power.

Diverse asset support

It supports not only digital assets, cash, fiat, but also stocks, funds, bonds, insurance, precious metals, properties, motor vehicles, luxuries, art pieces and so on.

Tax optimization and regulatory protection

The trust reduces tax burdens and to a certain extent reduce exposure in the financial and tax regulatory framework.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Everything you need to know

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.

Ready to get started?

Unlock the power of trust with UTGL today. Take the first step by exploring our Trust Platform or create an account for an instantly rewarding experience.

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This website may contain links to external websites that are not provided or maintained by or in any way affiliated with UTGL. Please note that the UTGL does not guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of any information on these external websites.


Links to external websites are provided as a courtesy and do not imply UTGL's endorsement of those sites or their content, products or services. UTGL assumes no liability for damages resulting from the use of or reliance upon the information provided herein.

Ready to get started?

Unlock the power of trust with UTGL today. Take the first step by exploring our Trust Platform or create an account for an instantly rewarding experience.

© 2024 UTGL. All rights reserved.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered legal, financial or tax advice. UTGL makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, suitability or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.


This website may contain links to external websites that are not provided or maintained by or in any way affiliated with UTGL. Please note that the UTGL does not guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of any information on these external websites.


Links to external websites are provided as a courtesy and do not imply UTGL's endorsement of those sites or their content, products or services. UTGL assumes no liability for damages resulting from the use of or reliance upon the information provided herein.

Ready to get started?

Unlock the power of trust with UTGL today. Take the first step by exploring our Trust Platform or create an account for an instantly rewarding experience.

© 2024 UTGL. All rights reserved.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered legal, financial or tax advice. UTGL makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, suitability or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.


This website may contain links to external websites that are not provided or maintained by or in any way affiliated with UTGL. Please note that the UTGL does not guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of any information on these external websites.


Links to external websites are provided as a courtesy and do not imply UTGL's endorsement of those sites or their content, products or services. UTGL assumes no liability for damages resulting from the use of or reliance upon the information provided herein.