How to register with the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF)
A branch is where a new location, division, department, or office is set up, still under the original company’s name and is still part of that legal entity. It is a part of a company that is organized so as to conduct business on behalf of a company, as opposed to carrying on business that is merely ancillary or incidental to the company’s business as a whole.
Is where a company sets up a new company and registers the legal entity with the local authority as a stand-alone company. A subsidiary is a separate legal entity from the parent, although owned by the parent corporation. A company may form a subsidiary either by purchasing a controlling interest in an existing company or creating the company itself.
Register with the Registrar for Foreign Companies
How to Obtain Entry Permit(s)
How to register for Tax with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)
How to apply for a Business Permit
How to register your Company with the Registrar of Companies
Additional Information (New Companies Act for Foreign Companies in Kenya)
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Advantages of Opening a Branch/Subsidiary in Kenya
Risks of Opening a Branch/Subsidiary in Kenya