If it's just two of you then you need not worry about creating a shareholding agreement. The partnership deed is sufficient enough to cover it in a simplistic way i.e. 50:50 or whatever ratio you two chose.

However, if there're going to be numerous co-founders with split of roles and responsibilities then having a shareholding agreement could be helpful down the line.

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Answered 6 years ago

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