In Autumn 2016, the draft Limited Liability Partnership (Jersey) Law 201- (the New Law) was approved by the States Assembly aiming to make Jersey LLPs more competitive for use as a vehicle of choice for local and international business. The New Law is subject to crown assent and it is anticipated to come into force in early 2017.

For more information regarding the proposed changes, please read more.

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