The Seychelles Investment Board (SIB)
The Seychelles Investment Board (SIB) was set up in July 2004 as the one stop window for domestic and foreign investors. The Board has a young professional team of staff dedicated to promoting investment opportunities in Seychelles and furthermore facilitate the processes of establishing a business in Seychelles from scoping to implementation stages.
The Vision of SIB
The vision of SIB has been conceived in parallel with government objectives and has set as its mark for Seychelles to be the investment center for the region. In order to achieve this, SIB reckons that the organization must be committed to offering first class services and, more importantly, take a cohesive and well-coordinated approach with key stakeholders and economic movers to ensure that the vision is being met.
Mission of the Board
SIB is committed to offering first class services to promote, attract and retain investment;
To work in close collaboration with our key stakeholders to stimulate, identify and facilitate investment.
Main Objectives of the Board
- Formulate investment promotion policies, plans and marketing strategies and undertake promotional activities to attract foreign and local investments;
- Contribute to government strategies related to the enhancement of the business context and formulate propositions to government.
- Stimulate the development, expansion and growth of the economy by promoting Seychelles as an international investment, business and service center;
- Act as an intermediary between the public and private sector in order to formulate proposals to the government for the improvement of the business environment.
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