Financial Regulatory Forum

ANALYSIS – Icesave row, Greece feed anti-EU fire in Iceland

By Reuters Staff
March 8, 2010

By Wojciech Moskwa

REYKJAVIK, March 8 (Reuters) – In the eyes of Icelanders, it seems Brussels can do no right. When it comes to fish, European Union bureaucrats intervene too much. When it comes to debt crises like Icesave or Greece, EU leaders simply don’t do enough.

PREVIEW-Angry Icelanders set to reject Icesave deal

By Reuters Staff
March 5, 2010

REYKJAVIK, March 5 (Reuters) – Icelanders are set to reject the terms for repaying Anglo-Dutch debts in a referendum on Saturday, forcing new negotiations with creditors and delaying financial aid the country needs to fix its shattered economy.

EU to recommend start of Iceland talks – EU official

February 16, 2010

By Justyna Pawlak

BRUSSELS, Feb 16 (Reuters) – The European Commission will recommend next week that the European Union begin accession talks with Iceland, an EU official said on Tuesday, launching a process Reykjavik hopes will lead to EU membership by 2012.