Trust. Dictionary defined as: ‘The firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something.’
Trust. Legally defined as: ‘An arrangement whereby a trustee holds property as its nominal owner for the good of one or more beneficiaries.’
Trust. Defined by GlenQ as the underpinning short, medium and long-term principle upon which we do, and will, reliably deliver services for the good of our clients.
In such curiously unsettling times, it may be necessary to remind ourselves of the role trust plays in everyone’s lives. The consequences of forgetting are self-evident.
For GlenQ, the principle of trust is a never-to-be-forgotten one, in stable times or during volatility. For us, the dictionary and legal definitions say it all. We’re truthfully confident in our ability to act reliably for the benefit of all clients and their families, as we have done in the past, will do in the present and plan for the future. Nothing in the short term deflects and distracts our commitment. We are there to help clients enjoy long term prosperity.
It helps to have a global outlook, to see things through the eyes of our clients based in numerous jurisdictions and operating in multiple markets. Too narrow a focus drives short term thinking, accentuates negativity and leads to poor decision-making. Experience over the past eight years has instilled a firm determination to keep our heads up, focused on the long-term and seeing only positive client opportunities.
It’s heartening to hear from clients that those longer-term positive opportunities remain as strong and attractive as ever, whatever the short-term view presents. In response, we are firmly telling clients that they can rely on GlenQ to be fully behind them as normal, exploring these opportunities and helping realise the benefits.
We plan to keep it this way. Existing or new clients are welcome to contact us and find out more.