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We endeavour to simplify life for our customers and offer them outstanding banking service wherever and whenever they require.

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We are dedicated to transparency and good communication, and provide quality, timely information about the Bank to all stakeholders.

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Publication of Landsbankinn’s 2020 Annual and ESG report

Landsbankinn's Annual and ESG Report for 2020 has been published to the Bank's website. The report presents the Bank’s operation and services in 2020 in an accessible manner.

Use banking services for mobiles and the Internet

In most cases, there is no need to visit a bank branch to utilise banking services as most main transactions and various services can be accessed using mobile phones or a computer. This is a summary of services that do not require bank visits or human contact.

News and notifications

7 Dec. 2021

First month of non-intervention by the Central Bank since before the pandemic

The Icelandic króna strengthened against the currencies of Iceland’s main trading partners in November, apart from the US dollar. The CBI did not intervene in the market in November, the first month of non-intervention since before the pandemic.
6 Dec. 2021

Landsbankinn Corporate Finance advises Reginn on real estate development transaction

Reginn hf. and Hagar hf. concluded a subscription agreement on 3 December 2021, providing for subscriptions to shares in real estate developer Klasi ehf. Reginn will own a third of shares in Klasi and pay for its shares with an asset portfolio comprised of assets for sale and property for development.
6 Dec. 2021

Icelandic Economic Weekly: 6 December 2021

The Icelandic economy grew by 6.0% YoY in Q3. The current account surplus was ISK 13.1 bn in Q3. The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs introduced a fiscal budget proposal for 2022 and a fiscal policy statement for 2022-2026.
29 Nov. 2021

Icelandic Economic Weekly: 29 November 2021

The CPI based on prices mid-November increased by 0.35% between months, bringing the inflation rate to 4.8%, up from 4.5% in October.

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