A conservator is appointed by a court to manage the property of a minor or an incompetent person. Brotherhood Bank can act as conservator, providing a friendly, personal element to professional investment management and administrative services.
- Prepare detailed annual and periodic statements for court accounting
- Protect and safeguard securities
- Distribute assets or pay bills as authorized
- Collect investment income
|Conservatorship Accounts may include investments that are not insured by the FDIC. Not deposits or other obligations of Brotherhood Bank & Trust. Not guaranteed by Brotherhood Bank & Trust. Subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal invested.|