Trustee – Bank. The first defendant was a beneficiary of five New Zealand trusts. In July 2014, orders were made against him that, among other things, required him to disclose the identities of the trustees and other people connected to the trusts. The trustees applied to vary or discharge the order made against them. The Chancery Division held that, subject to restricting the identity of the members of a confidentiality club, the application would be dismissed.