info.LandsbankiAction.org.gg   30-Mar-2016: Liquidators' Update, see Deloitte site

Icesave Analysis: Make Us an Offer We Can’t Refuse

After the one-sided Icesave-vote last weekend not much has happened officially. The Icelandic government has stressed that the dispute must be put to a rest as soon as possible. The opposition leaders have said that unless an acceptable accord is reached they will not go along with an agreement. This has lead to declarations by Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurdardóttir that the government might try to finish the negotiations alone. This declaration has a hollow ring, considering that the government has in fact been sent back twice because of widespread opposition. . .

So the question is. How can this be ended? Both the British and the Dutch government know that payment will take years as Alistair Darling said in an interview on Sunday. The burden of the payment will be carried by the now defunct Landsbanki, which should rightfully pay anyway. The dispute turns around a government guarantee for the full amount with interest.  12-mar-10.

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