One way it can be controlled to a point is to limit access to the account. Let the brother know you are doing this, have him sign the papers and limit everything to electronic delivery. Have any documents go to person A's address. Person A can then manage the account online, doing the investing. At the appropriate time, person A can turn over the account to the brother. This would essentially be protecting the account by denying access. It can be circumvented by the brother contacting the broker, but I don't think anyone else would be able to do so. To make it legal, you can get the brother to sign a Limited Power of Attorney. I know of one investment manager who does something similar.
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