Podcast: New laws simplify relocating funds to Jersey

Elliot Refson and Peggy Gielen of Jersey Finance discuss the latest developments in the funds sector, and specifically how new laws introduced in Jersey this July will make it easier for fund managers to migrate limited partnership fund structures here.

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