Private limited company in Kenya

is a legal structure that allows you to conduct business in Kenya, but protects your personal assets from business losses.

The business must have a minimum of two shareholders.

The shareholders can be either individuals or companies.

The shareholders are responsible for the business’s debts and liabilities.

The business can borrow money from the shareholders, and the shareholders are also liable for the business’s debts and liabilities.

The shareholders are not allowed to pay themselves dividends or bonuses.

The shareholders are not allowed to sell the business without the owners’ consent.

The business must be operated through an incorporated company in Kenya.

The business must have a minimum of two shareholders.

The shareholders can be either individuals or companies.

The shareholders are responsible for the business’s debts and liabilities.

The shareholders are not allowed to pay themselves dividends or bonuses.

The shareholders are not allowed to sell the business without the owners’ consent.

The shareholders are not allowed to pay themselves salaries or wages.

The shareholders are not allowed to borrow money from the business.