Investor Services Overview
Invest Saudi provides comprehensive services and support to investors, via the Ministry of Investment (MISA), through multiple value-added service and advisory channels, with the aim of facilitating the start of businesses, supporting them in operations, and expanding their investments in the kingdom.
All licenses are issued based on the principle of fair and equal treatment, allowing international investors to enjoy the same rights and obligations as local investors. You can find out more about the type of licensing through this page.
Find out the detailed steps that will help you obtain your investment license and all related operational licenses.
Investment E-Services allow investors to carry out all their investment activities, starting from issuing the investment license to controlling the status of their investment license, requesting related services, applying for services from the Ministry of Investment and other government entities, as well as consulting or complaints services through a dedicated portal.
This manual and service catalogue is intended to clarify the requirements and procedures for services provided by the Ministry of Investment.
The Ministry of Investment contact center offers a number of support options and answers to inquiries related to investment in the Kingdom, as well as addressing investor complaints. The contact center may be reached through local and international telephone numbers, the service is available in eight different languages.
An online service that allows foreign investors to apply for a digital visit visa for the purpose of exploring the investment opportunities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
MIZA is a program that offers value-added services to investors, which was established to enrich the experience of investors. This program emphasises the approach that investors are our partners in developing the economy in the Kingdom.
The Large & Strategic Investors program is an initiative that provides differentiated services and advantages to large and strategic national and foreign investors. The program aims to further enhance the value proposition to these investors.
RHQ program invites global companies to relocate their regional headquarters to Saudi Arabia, it was established as a joint initiative between Ministry of Investment (MISA) and Royal Commission for Riyadh City (RCRC).