Gouvernement Princier de Monaco

Businesses

Helping businesses develop effectively and ethically over the long term.

The Prince’s Government has responded actively to the roadmap set out by H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince by putting in place an ambitious policy aimed at attracting businesses.  Whether setting up, inventing and innovating or developing a business, entrepreneurs have the same important requirements as elsewhere. 

The Principality offers many unique features and opportunities.

What is the secret of success for Monegasque businesses?

Ten good reasons for choosing Monaco

The first reason for success is no secret:  It's just Monaco, plain and simple.

Discover ten good reasons – and there are many more - why entrepreneurs want to set up business in Monaco. Click here to find out more

Supporting businesses

Setting up and developing a business requires an abundance of energy on the part of entrepreneurs. To ensure that they all benefit from the best conditions for success, the Prince’s Government has set up the Welcome Office: a multilingual, versatile team offering a tailored welcome to individuals and entrepreneurs. The Office aims to assist visitors with administrative procedures, providing them with the necessary tools and information, and putting them into contact with the key organisations in the Principality, who will be able to help them get established and integrate as quickly as possible. Through the Welcome Office, Monaco is positioning itself as a partner for entrepreneurs. Click here to find out more

Law and taxation

Despite certain clichés, corporate taxation in Monaco arising from the creation of wealth makes a proper contribution to the State's income.

However, the Government always supports development, in strict compliance with the rules of ethics.  In addition, corporate tax, which is said to be "soft," is particularly attractive for recently established companies.

With a view to encouraging development, the Prince’s Government has undertaken to update corporate and business law to bring it in line with the current economic situation in a modern legal framework. Click here to find out more