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Establishing a Business in Iceland
Foreign investors in Iceland have a choice of operating forms for their business: public or private limited companies, branches, wholly owned subsidiaries, partnerships, etc. A completed application to establish a company is generally handled in one day.

Investors are also allowed to buy stocks and securities, except in the few cases where an exemption is made by law.

Permits and licences depend upon the nature of activity undertaken but must be obtained in advance. Invest in Iceland Agency can provide details of all procedures and formalities on a case-by-case basis.

Websites Related to Investment in Iceland 
Invest in Iceland Agency
Invest in Iceland Agency is an independent agency of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce promoting foreign direct investment to Iceland. The Agency's advisors provide free of charge information and expert confidential service on all aspects of investments.

Reykjavik Resources
Aflvaki Ltd. – Reykjavik Resources, is the Development Company of Reykjavik – an Inward Investment Agency representing the Capital of Iceland. 

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