It refers to the business by virtue of which the trustor delivers an asset or assets to the fiduciary entity, with or without the transfer of the property, so that it may administer them and develop the entrusted management, setting them aside, along with the respective yields should there be any, to complying with the stated goal.
The following modalities exist:
Its objective is the administration of amounts of money or other assets which, along with their yields, should there be any, may be destined to the timely and appropriate compliance with the obligations stated by the trustor.
Its objective is the issuance and/or administration of an issuance of securities emanating from a securitization process of properties and assets.
Its main goal is the administration of productive and unproductive portfolios belonging to financial institutions and/or of the real sector.
It is presented by virtue of the designation to the fiduciary (trust) corporation as liquidating or promoting agent of a bankruptcy procedure such as, for example, the restructuring agreements, the reorganization procedure and the judicial (legal) liquidation, and its objective is the administration of the resources pertaining to its purpose.