PLANTATIONS ET CAFEIERES DE KIGALI S.A.
Plantations et Caféières de Kigali S.A. was incorporated on September 20, 1935 in Brussels. The share capital was set at 1,200,000 francs. The head office was established in Brussels.
One fifth of the shares subscribed for were paid up; the amount of the payment, i.e., 40,000 francs, was made available to the new Company.
In addition, 315 dividend shares were created and distributed to the contributors (1) (33).
Mr. Josué Henry, Léon de Foy, Vincent Diericx, Albert van Raemdonck, Louis Wittenberg and Mrs. Hélène Lequime, the latter acting in her capacity as sole heiress to her brother Nestor Lequime, contributed to the new Société de:
For these contributions, the contributors received 1,000 fully paid-up capital shares and 315 dividend shares which they divided among themselves (33).
First Board of Directors
The same meeting of incorporation fixed the number of directors at four and one Auditors:
To do for itself or for third parties:
Dissolution and liquidation
Almost four years after its incorporation, the EGM of August 18, 1939 decided to dissolve and liquidate the Company (33).