NASDAQ OMX lists country-specific indexes for the Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Sweden, as well as several indices for the entire Nordic region. Available for each country are listings for shares, bonds, options and futures, investment funds, and exchange-traded funds/products. 

The Iceland Chamber of Commerce provides information about the Icelandic economy to foreign companies interested in establishing business connections with Icelandic counterparts. The website provides many trade-related links, publications, and status reports.

The Central Bank of Iceland is in charge of monetary policy implementation in Iceland and performs a wide range of functions to this end. The site presents information and statistics about the bank and its activities. It includes sections on inflation, financial stability, and exchange rates.

The Government Offices of Iceland offers news and press releases on government activities. Current government information along with information on various government offices is offered. There is a section on how Iceland is governed, along with links that lead to other ministries, institutions, agencies, and resources relevant to the government of Iceland.

The Invest in Iceland Agency provides a wide range of information for investors and businesses. In addition to a general description of Iceland's investment incentives, this site details different business opportunities in the country along with sector analyses.

The Ministry of Industries and Innovation web-portal provides information on all sectors of ordinary business and economic activity in Iceland. There is also information on different subject matters such as investing, fisheries and wildlife, and sustainability. In addition, the site lists industry laws and regulations in Iceland.

Iceland's Ministry of Social Affairs deals with policy-making relating to social affairs, health, and social security. This site provides an overview of the ministry as well as some of its legislation and publications.

The Post and Telecom Administration of Iceland (PTA) is responsible for regulating the post and telecommunications sectors in Iceland. The roles of the Ministry are to issue licenses to telecommunications providers, mediate disputes, promote the innovation of equipment, and ensure appropriate broadcasts to protect the consumer.

Statistics Iceland is the national statistical institute of Iceland. The site provides data collected on the population, environment, economy, business sectors, and society. The site also contains a collection of publications, an indices overview, historical stats, and related news.

The Financial Supervisory Authority (FME) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the financial services industry within Iceland. The site contains a list of regulations, statistics, and annual reports published by the FME.

The Icelandic Medicines Agency (IMA) is responsible for assessing the quality and safety of medicinal products in Iceland. They provide inspections to confirm that regulatory requirements are fulfilled. The IMA website serves as a source of information for health professionals and the public. The site includes information regarding licenses, inspections, and Medical devices. It also has a section covering the latest medical publications.