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Landsbankinn's Report on Social Responsibility

Landsbankinn's Report on Social Responsibility for 2017 is now available on the Bank's website. The report is an in-depth review of the Bank’s social responsibility profile and addresses controversies and issues that were prominent in social debate in 2017. The report discusses responsible investment, equality, personal data protection, Internet security, changes following new legislation on payment services and the various partnerships the Bank is in engaged in to support development and progress in the community.

Landsbankinn publishes an annual Report on Social Responsibility based on the principles of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and has been a member of the UN Global Compact for over a decade. Landsbankinn's policy on social responsibility is to contribute to sustainability in Iceland, be an active participant and operate in accordance with the principles of good corporate governance.

Landsbankinn's 2017 Report on Social Responsibility (in Icelandic)


News and Notifications - 21 September 2018 09:28 AM

Landsbankinn pays ISK 9.5 bn in special dividend

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.


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B2B english - 21 September 2018 12:45 PM

Renewal of certificate under b2b.fbl.is on 8 October

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.


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Hagsjá/Economic Forecast - 21 September 2018 10:45 AM

Overview of the Icelandic FX market

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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