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GTC, Global Trust Company, in Woburn, Massachusetts

GTC (Global Trust Company, Inc.) is a non depository trust company providing trustee services for some of the largest and most complex institutional asset managers and fortune 500 plan sponsors. Founded in 2008 as a division of NRS, we currently oversee over $18 billion in Collective Investment Trust assets and offer clients industry-leading expertise in collective investment trusts administration, oversight, compliance, governance and distribution support.

With over 100 years of ERISA plan investment and operations experience, we deliver integrated technology and operations solutions focused on streamlining work flow processes for custodians, recordkeeping platforms and investment management firms or large plan sponsors.

As one of the largest third party trust companies in the industry, our technology is built on an open architecture platform that uniquely positions us to create solutions tailored for each client's operating model.


The retirement market has become increasingly more complex, with plans demanding more sophisticated products with more options and classes, you need an experienced partner to help you through the maze of regulatory, operational and distribution challenges. GTC is this partner.

Our array of trustee services include:

  • Proprietary Collective Investment Trusts for Large Plan Sponsors
  • Collective Investment Trusts for Investment Managers
  • Directed Trustee services for DB Plans
  • Directed Trustee services for funded trusts

Call us today at 877-677-1482 or email info@globaltrustco.com to learn more about our trustee services solutions.

About GTC

GTC (Global Trust Company, Inc.) is a non depository trust company providing trustee services for some of the largest and most complex institutional asset managers and fortune 500 plan sponsors.

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