Partnering With Families To Make Life Better

The St. Louis Trust Company’s approach to wealth management for families with multi-generational wealth is different from the norm. We provide holistic, high-touch client service combined with customized, independent investment management and a full range of family office services. Your family receives a boutique experience while benefiting from unbiased advice and world-class expertise. Each client family is different, and so are we.

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FIVE LESSONS LEARNED SINCE LEHMAN’S COLLAPSE

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The collapse of Lehman Brothers occurred just over ten years ago on September 15, 2008. It represented the pinnacle of the financial crisis as it pushed the global financial system to the brink of failure. Throughout the past ten years our Investment Committee has spent many hours reflecting on the crisis, trying to understand what happened and what we can learn from it. Often, the takeaways were things we knew before the Great Recession, but were now reinforced and learned again. Those items, plus a few new ones, are the top five lessons we learned (or re-learned) since Lehman’s collapse.

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ESTATE AND INCOME TAX PLANNING AFTER THE TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by Congress and signed by President Trump at the end of 2017 contained some major changes to the tax code. Its effect on wealthy families is a mixed bag.

Read on for the good, the bad and the ugly of the new law.

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THREE THINGS THE LARGEST U.S. PRIVATE COMPANY HAS DONE RIGHT

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Cargill is undoubtedly an exception to the old proverb: “Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations.” Cargill is the largest private company in the United States with 150,000 employees and nearly $110 billion in annual revenue and has made it to generation seven.

The farm-to-fork conglomerate that supplies McDonald’s, Unilver, Coca-Cola, to name a few, originated as a single grain elevator in Iowa back in 1865…