List Archive: gentoo-trustees
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Corey Shields wrote:
> On Wednesday 15 June 2005 04:41 pm, Donnie Berkholz wrote:
>>Are there any other requirements? I can ask my bank once I know.
> I'd wait for Grant's comments since he dealt with Netbank, but it would be a
> corporate entity account instead of a personal account, and we would need to
> put all of the trustees on the account (or thouse who would want access to it
> Also, a big requirement that I didn't mention is a good web presence, since
> that is how we will all access it.
> I wonder if etradebank would do non-us people? they were great back when I
> banked with them (in the batchelor days)
Well, I can go ahead and tell you that my bank definitely won't do. Come this
weekend, they're finally entering the 21st century and forcing web accounts to
switch to alphanumeric passwords from old 4-digit passcodes. Now you may
proceed to laugh.
That said, and I'm just taking a stab at this, but what about big-name
international banking firms, like Deutsche Bank? Wouldn't that work for both US
and EU/non-US trustees?
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Gentoo Foundation Board of Trustees
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