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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HOW DO I AVOID RUINING MY KIDS? 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN TEACHING YOUR KIDS ABOUT MONEY

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Families with significant wealth find that their wealth can solve problems, open doors, and provide security. But parents sometimes worry about “ruining” their kids when their children grow up in a privileged environment. We spend quite a lot of time working with our client families to prepare the next generation for the wealth that they will inherit – from basic financial literacy to fiduciary responsibility…

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GIVE ME THE BEST (STRATEGY)

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People are inclined to want the best. The best schools for their kids, the best home for their money, the best dish on the menu, and so on. This quest for the best also extends to the investment realm. People want to invest in the best opportunities to grow their money and achieve their wealth goals. Often times, we’re asked to find the best stock, investment manager, deal or “sure thing”…

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SHOULD I SELL OUT OF THE STOCK MARKET?

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Over the past several months many people have asked whether they should take risk off the table by selling some of their stocks. Given the heightened perception of uncertainty in geopolitics and the financial markets, this question is understandable. In response, this article outlines investor concerns, examines various historical facts pertaining to investing in stocks and concludes with advice from The St. Louis Trust Company.