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Should a CTA become an LLP with a broker?

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Hi All.
As a new CTA, should I consider LLP(Limited Liability Partnership) with a brokerage firm? and work as a sub-contractor? If yes what should I consider, is that common practice? Should I negotiate specific terms?
Thank you.

I think this is something you should address with a compliance office and the regulatory bodies.
PM me and I will send you our contacts.

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