The Spanish Council of Ministers resolution of 16 March 2012 approving the Public Enterprise and State Foundation Rationalisation and Restructuring Plan sets out in Annexe IV the termination of Sociedad Estatal para la Promoción y Atracción de las Inversiones Exteriores, S. A. U. (Invest in Spain) through the transfer of all assets and liabilities to ICEX Spain Trade and Investment, in accordance with applicable commercial legislation.
On 7 December 2012, the transfer of all assets and liabilities was completed and Invest in Spain has since become the Invest in Spain Division at ICEX-Spain Trade and Investment, which is responsible for attracting foreign investment.
ICEX Spain Trade and Investment is a public corporation at the national level whose mission involves promoting the internationalisation of Spanish companies to support their competitiveness and add value to the economy as a whole, as well as attracting foreign investment to Spain. ICEX Spain Trade and Investment renders its services through a network of 31 Provincial and Regional Divisions in Spain along with almost 100 Economic and Trade Offices around the world. It also boasts 16 Business Centres worldwide, offering Spanish companies temporary infrastructure and acting as incubators for internationalisation.
For more information on ICEX- Spain Trade and Investment, please click here.
ICEX Invest in Spain Division's mission
Its activity falls within the framework of four key lines of action:
Last updated: 07|09|2016