Unit Trust Association

= UTA
An association formed to agree standards of practice for the protection of unit-trust holders and to act as the representative body of Managers of Authorized Unit Trusts in dealings with the government and other authorities. It also coordinates control of commissions and charges and has a register of approved agents for selling unit trusts as intermediaries.

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