Dubai, UAE: The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently hosted a workshop at its premises which examined key aspects of setting up a limited liability company (LLC) in the UAE, in addition to common risks associated with managing and operating these types of businesses.
The workshop, led by Rita Al Semaani Jansen, Partner, and Charbel Fadel, Managing Associate from Ince & Co Middle East LLP (Dubai Branch), was attended by Dubai Chamber members, lawyers and legal professionals, corporate counsel, contract administrators, investors, entrepreneurs, business owners and managers.
For her part, Ms. Jehad Kazim, Director of Legal Services at Dubai Chamber, noted that participants benefited from the expert advice and practical tips provided during the work shop, which covered the main aspects of setting up and operating an LLC company in the UAE. She added that the event helped participants improve their understanding of the various legal business structures within the UAE and other important legal issues which they need to take into account before establishing a business.
Dubai Chamber supports business growth in the emirate and is constantly working to create a stimulating environment by organizing seminars and workshops that enhance the awareness and culture of the business community about the latest developments and laws governing the business environment.
Dubai Chamber regularly organises training seminars and workshops to raise awareness about key business trends and laws impacting the emirate’s private sector. These events fall in line with its strategic objectives of creating a favourable business environment and supporting business growth in the emirate.