Ellert Arn­ar­son new Head of Cor­por­ate Fin­ance

Ellert Arnarson
2 February 2022

Ellert Arnarson has been retained as the new Head of Landsbankinn Corporate Finance and will begin work in the next few weeks.

Ellert has a considerable and extensive experience of work on financial markets. In 2013-2019, he was project and fund manager at GAMMA Capital Management where he built and led a team in alternative investments that was responsible for developing several companies and loan portfolios. Since 2019, he has worked in asset management at the Pension Fund of Commerce. Ellert previously worked as a specialist in corporate finance at Straumur Investment Bank. He has been a part-time lecturer at the University of Iceland since 2008, overseeing a course on bonds on the master’s level in the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.

Ellert completed a B.Sc. degree in mathematics from the University of Iceland in 2010. He completed an M.Sc. degree in financial economics from the same university in 2013 and is a licensed securities broker.

About Landsbankinn Corporate Finance

Landsbankinn Corporate Finance provides comprehensive and quality advice on the acquisition, sale and merger of corporates, listing on securities markets and financial restructuring. In 2021, Corporate Finance worked on the successful share offering of Síldarvinnslan hf. and listing on Nasdaq Iceland's Main List. Landsbankinn Corporate Finance acted as consultant on the execution of warrants attached to new shares in Icelandair, coordinated successful bond issuances for various companies and managed the issuance and admittance to trade of such bonds on Nasdaq Iceland.

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