6. November 2019 - News and Notifications
Landsbankinn card holders can now link their payment cards to Garmin Pay and Fitbit Pay. Garmin and Fitbit watches that incorporate near field communication technology (NFC chips) can be used to pay in all contactless card readers throughout the world.
Garmin Pay and Fitbit Pay are an addition to contactless payment options with mobiles and smart watches using the card app (Android) and Apple Pay (iPhone/Apple watch).
Payment using the watches function the same way as contactless payments with other smart devices. Withdrawal limits and all other payment card functions are maintained and benefits like Aukakrónur and insurance are unchanged.
Weekly bulletin - 13 July 2020 07:33 AM
Icelandair Group published traffic data for June. The collective bargaining agreement between Icelandair Group and the Icelandic Cabin Crew Association was declined. The Government Debt Management Agency published its monthly Market Information report. The Treasury released government accounts for 2019.
Weekly bulletin - 06 July 2020 07:44 AM
The CBI published the statement of the Financial Stability Committee, as well as a Financial Stability report. The CBI also released the minutes of the Financial Stability Committee’s meetings in March 2020. The Central Bank announced its intention to continue buying Treasury bonds in the secondary market in Q3.
Forsíða - 03 July 2020 03:45 PM
Landsbankinn awarded fifteen students scholarships from the Bank’s Community Fund on 1 July. Scholarships were awarded for the 31st time and are in the total amount of ISK 6 million. This year, over 500 applications were received. Landsbankinn is the only domestic bank with a scholarship programme.
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