Fidelity Investments has changed its organizational structure to a limited liability company, or LLC, in an apparent move to reduce its tax burden, Bloomberg reports.

FMR, Fidelity’s parent, decided on the change earlier this year. An October SEC filing made the move public. The move could bring tax advantages for the family of Chairman Edward Johnson III and other FMR shareholders.

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