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Trust may refer to:

Business and law[edit]

  • Trust (business), a large business, possibly a monopoly
  • Charitable trust, an irrevocable trust (in law) established for charitable purposes
  • Employee trust, a trust for the benefit of employees
  • Income trust, an investment that may hold equities, debt instruments, royalty interests or real properties
  • Investment trust, a collective investment fund
  • Land trust, an agreement whereby a trustee agrees to hold ownership of a piece of real property for the benefit of a beneficiary
  • Massachusetts business trust, a type of company also called an unincorporated business organization
  • Trust company, a type of company that acts as a fiduciary, trustee or agent of trusts and agencies
  • Trust, an arrangement in which property is managed by one person or entity for the benefit of another

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • The Trust, a fictional entity in the Stargate franchise







  • Trust (magazine), a free tri-annual investment trust magazine
  • The Brand Trust Report, an annual study by N. Chandramouli based on a primary research conducted across Indian cities based on a proprietary 61-attribute "Trust Matrix"


Brands and enterprises[edit]


  • TRUST, a computer system for tracking trains
  • Computational trust, generation of trusted authorities or user trust through cryptography
  • Trust metric, a measurement of the degree to which group members trust each other, as in online networking
  • Trusted system, a computerized system relied on to enforce a security policy
  • Web of trust, a system used in cryptography to establish authenticity
  • WOT Services or Web of trust, a crowdsourced Internet website reputation rating tool

Government and political organizations[edit]

See also[edit]