30-Mar-2016: Liquidators' Update, see Deloitte site

Iceland Lawmaker Opposition to Icesave Grows as Deal ‘Stinks’

July 29 (Bloomberg) -- A growing number of Icelandic lawmakers are opposed to a government accord with the U.K. and the Netherlands to cover depositor claims, threatening to delay international bailout payments and stall economic recovery.

Thirty-four of 63 lawmakers in the parliament may fail to back the agreement in its current form, party officials and individual members of the chamber said. That compares with 33 lawmakers a month ago and follows government efforts to push the bill through two of three planned parliamentary sessions. . .

Iceland must settle the so-called Icesave foreign depositor claims before the country can draw on $4.6 billion in bailout funds from the International Monetary Fund and the Nordic countries.  29-Jul-09.