Article 11 of the new investment law lists documents that investors must have when applying for an investment certificate. They includes the certificate of legal personality of business company, a detailed business plan, a table indicating five-year income projections for the investment project, an environmental impact assessment certificate issued in accordance with relevant laws, projected number of employees and categories of employments, license granted by the business sector in which he/she intends to operate, and the proof of payment of registration fee.
It is important to note that in order to gather elements listed above, the investor is entitled to receive adequate support from Rwanda Development Board (RDB), which has the duty to give to investors any “appropriate investment-related support that may be required”. Read more. Source | New Times