Financial Regulatory Forum

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.

Iceland says has new repayment deal with UK, Holland over deposit losses

October 19, 2009

Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir smiles before a vote on the controversial "Icesave bill" in Reykjavik August 28, 2009. (File Photo) REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson By Omar Valdimarsson
REYKJAVIK, Oct 18 (Reuters) – Iceland said on Sunday it had agreed to a new deal to repay Britain and the Netherlands billions of dollars of deposits lost when the island’s banks collapsed in 2008, paving the way for new aid from international lenders.
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Iceland strikes deal to clean up banking mess

By Reuters Staff
July 20, 2009

STOCKHOLM, July 20 (Reuters) – Iceland took a step towards clearing the debris of its financial meltdown on Monday, unveiling a deal with creditors of its failed banks and plans to capitalise the new ones. (more…)