TetonLogo_Word_Grey

is a state-chartered trust company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Teton Trust Company (TTC) is part of the Cone Marshall Group, an international trust and estate planning law firm.
Founded by Geoffrey Cone, TTC has decades of experience in establishing, migrating, and administering trusts worldwide.
Teton Trust Company (TTC) helps families protect and preserve their legacies for generations.
Based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with representative offices in New York and Miami, TTC works closely with attorneys, family advisors, private banks, and trustees in the U.S. and internationally.
 
 
TTC provides a full suite is trust services, including establishing and overseeing all types of trusts and trust assets. This often involves setting up directed trusts, asset protection trusts, private family trust companies, foundations, and Wyoming LLCs.
 
TTC can serve a: directed trustee, discretionary trustee or co-trustee, trust protector, trust advisor, or special trustee.
 
TTC works closely with our affiliate company Grand Teton Services LLC to provide registered agent services to establish and administer Wyoming LLCs. A
An innovator in trusts and estates law, Wyoming has emerged as a preeminent trust jurisdiction in the U.S.
Wyoming has a stable (and business friendly) state government, no state income tax, progressive trust laws, and an efficient judiciary experienced in trust issues. The state has adopted the enhanced Uniform Trust Code
Jackson Hole, in Wyoming’s Teton County, is one of the wealthiest (and most beautiful) locations in the U.S. Over decades, this country has grown a significant financial services industry for resident high-net-worth families.
THE BENEFITS OF WYOMING AS A TRUST JURISDICTION INCLUDE:

Favorable Tax Laws

Residents are not required to pay state income, capital gains, corporate, estate, or gift taxes. Additionally, Wyoming has some of the lowest tax rates on insurance premiums compared to other U.S. states. These innovative tax benefits extend to income accumulated in an irrevocable trust, even for nonresidents.

Sound Government and Skilled Judicial System

Wyoming has a fiscally responsible state government along with a state judiciary that has a reputation for being expeditious, effective, and experienced with high-net-worth families and individuals. The Wyoming Legislature has a long-standing track record of friendliness to businesses and trusts, and opposing regulatory requirements.

Strong Privacy Protections

Wyoming has strong privacy laws, and trust agreements are not required to be registered. All information (e.g., the names of grantors and beneficiaries, and information regarding assets and estate plans) is kept private.

Directed Trusts

These trusts allow the duty of the trustee to be separated from the investment advisor.

Qualified Spendthrift Trusts

These self-settled trusts afford immediate statutory protection against creditors, putting Wyoming among the most progressive trust jurisdictions in this regard.

TRUST PROTECTORS, TRUST ADVISORS, AND SPECIAL PURPOSE ENTITIES:

Purpose Trusts

Allow for the support of a specific purpose, such as a charity or a pet.

Private family trust companies

Allow direct family involvement in the investment of trust assets.

Rapid Formation of LLCs and Other Corporate Structures

Allows for significant flexibility and control.

Flexible Trust Modification

One of numerous benefits that allow flexibility and protection in innovative trust structures.