13. December 2017 - News and Notifications
Landsbankinn's customers can now access annual statements about their banking business in electronic format through online banking by clicking "Statements", selecting "Annual statements" and year. Information about accrued interest, capital income tax, annual interest etc. is available here in PDF or Excel format. The annual statements will replace end-of-year statements, previously available under "Electronic documents". Landsbankinn's General Terms and Conditions for the Opening and Use of Deposit Accounts have been amended to reflect this change. Note that customers are entitled to terminate deposit account agreements upon the amendment of the General Terms and Conditions.
The above change is part of efforts to reduce cost charged to customers. Further information about less expensive banking service is provided in Landsbankinn's summary of better banking (icelandic).
Customers who do not have access to online banking can request to receive annual statements by mail by visiting a local branch or calling the Bank's Customer Service Centre, tel. +354 410 4000. Requests may also be directed to email@example.com.
It should be noted that the aforementioned information will, as hitherto, be submitted to the tax authorities. Icelandic taxpayers will receive this information early each year in an overview document that accompanies their tax return.
News and Notifications - 21 September 2018 09:28 AM
On 19 September, Landsbankinn paid a special dividend in the amount of ISK 9.5 bn. The Bank has paid a total of ISK 24.8 bn in dividends in 2018 and total dividends paid since 2013 amount to ISK 131.7 bn. Around 99.7% of dividend payments accrue to the National Treasury.
B2B english - 21 September 2018 12:45 PM
At 9:00 (GMT+0) on 8 October, a new SSL certificate will be installed in the Landsbankinn Schema on the website b2b.fbl.is. Landsbankinn will continue to use the SHA-2 certificate, and this update is merely occasioned by a renewal of the validity period.
Hagsjá/Economic Forecast - 21 September 2018 10:45 AM
Last week, when the króna had depreciated by almost 7% since the beginning of the month and more than 2% within the day against the euro, the Central Bank intervened and sold 9 million euros. This represents the Central Bank's first intervention on the FX market since November 2017, when the Bank bought 3 million euros.
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