Financial statement for the first 9 months

Profit after tax was ISK 18.2bn in 9M14 compared to ISK 15.4bn in 9M13. Return on equity was 13.8% in 9M14 compared tp 9M13 13.4%. This improvement in 9M is despite the equity base increasing 14% YoY from 160bn to 181bn.


Íslandsbanki launches contactless payment cards

Íslandsbanki will in upcoming weeks issue a new generation of payment cards with additional functionality than the existing ones – cards with contactless technology.


Positive outlook on Íslandsbanki by S&P

Standard & Poor’s revised its outlook on Íslandsbanki to positive from stable. The bank’s ratings were affirmed at BB+/B.


Islandsbanki hf. : Directorate change

Today, a shareholders' meeting of Íslandsbanki hf. decided to reduce the number of members of the Board of Directors from nine to seven.


New Managing Director of Relationship Banking

Björgvin Ingi Olafsson has been appointed Managing Director of Relationship Banking at Íslandsbanki.


What is the future of Icelandic energy export?

VÍB, Íslandsbanki‘s wealth management division, provided in September a venue for a very interesting debate about the future of energy export from Iceland.


Over 15 thousand participants in Íslandsbanki Reykjavik maraþon

The 31st Reykjavik Marathon was held on the 23rd of August and there have never been as many registered participants.


Islandsbanki hf. : 2Q2014 Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements

Profit after tax was ISK 6.4bn in 2Q14 (2Q13: ISK 6.6bn), and ISK 14.7bn in1H14 (1H13: ISK 11.2bn)


Record sign up for the Íslandsbanki Reykjavík Marathon

Registration for the 2014 Islandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon is in full swing and 7.880 participants are already registered for the race, 7% more than at the same time last year.


A new self-service ATM centre in Kringlan

Kringlan branch has been transformed into a new ATM Service Centre. Located on the 1st floor of Kringlan shopping centre, these new ATMs, will allow customers to do most of their day-to-day banking activities, e.g. withdraw cash, make deposits, transfer between accounts, make balance enquiries and pay bills.

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