S&P con­firms un­changed cred­it rat­ing for Lands­bankinn

18 October 2021

S&P Global Ratings has today published a report on Landsbankinn’s credit rating where an unchanged long-term credit rating was confirmed at BBB/A-2 with stable outlook.

According to S&P, Landsbankinn’s key strengths are very high capital and leverage ratios, stable and solid franchise with larger markets shares and limited wholesale refinancing needs.

Further information can be found in S&P’s report, available on the Bank’s website.

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