- adj. 信托的；受信托的；基于信用的
- n. 受托人；被信托者
来自拉丁语fides, 相信，信仰，词源同faith. 用于经济学名词信托。
- fiduciary: see faith
- fiduciary (adj.)
- 1640s, "holding something in trust," from Latin fiduciarius "entrusted, held in trust," from fiducia "trust, confidence, reliance;" in law, "a deposit, pledge, security," from root of fidere "to trust" (see faith). In Roman law, fiducia was "a right transferred in trust;" paper currency sense (1878) is because its value depends on the trust of the public. As a noun, "one who holds something in trust," from 1630s.
- 1. They have a case against their directors for breach of fiduciary duty.
- 2. the company's fiduciary duty to its shareholders
- 3. A company director owes a fiduciary duty to the company.
- 4. He was acting in a fiduciary capacity.
- 5. Fiduciary Issue has been the highlight in the construction of securities market.
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