Proposed reforms to partnership law in Gibraltar

Gibraltar has proposed a number of reforms in relation to partnership law, including replacing its Limited Partnerships Act 1927 with a new Limited Partnerships Bill, and enacting a Protected Cell Limited Partnership Bill. It also proposes to make compliance by funds with the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) optional, now that Gibraltar and the UK have left the EU.

James Lasry of law firm Hassans has published a brief article on this, 'Brexit, Limited Partnerships, and the new opportunities for Gibraltar Funds' (23 February 2021). It is available at:

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