English version

blind trust

From Longman Business Dictionaryblind trustˌblind ˈtrust [countable]LAWFINANCE a trust that belongs to someone who does not know what investments have been made with the money in the trust. Blind trusts are used by politicians and others so that they can show that their decisions are not being influenced by their personal investments trust
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