Leyton Group sets up in Sweden

  • By Rebecca Galicha
    • Jan 13, 2021
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Leyton continues to expand internationally and is delighted to establish a new business arm in Stockholm, Sweden, which becomes the 12th country in which Leyton operates.

International expansion has been at the core of Leyton’s strategy and continues to grow with this new opening.

Find the statement of Antoine Adam, former Director of the South West of France office who is now the country manager of Sweden:


“Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, so as the European leader regarding R&D incentives, we have always had an eye on this market. The new governmental disposal and changes regarding the R&D social security contributions relief in July 2021 convinced us to open a new entity in Sweden in order to improve access to this incentive. Our experience regarding R&D incentive claims and our knowledge of the Frascati manual will certainly help our clients to take full benefit of this new reinforced incentive. We are opening our new entity in the center of Stockholm, the headquarters of Swedish innovation, with around ten employees who are all highly educated and have a passion for R&D.”

Antoine Adam

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