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Financing a Business in Iceland

Although the Icelandic government does not offer direct incentives for foreign investors, there are low tax incentives for UK companies looking to open or expand a business in Iceland, with corporate income tax set at just 20%. A good reference point is the Invest in Iceland Agency website www.invest.is

Private Finance

  • Bank Financing A well planned and researched business plan can help a business to obtain credit from their bank.
  • Floating your company on a public stock exchange is a way of raising money for future growth. AIM, the junior partner of the London Stock Exchange (LSE), has established itself as the preferred route for younger companies wanting to go public.

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