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

Iceland intends to repay the Netherlands - paper

(Reuters) - Iceland will honour its promise to repay the Netherlands money that Dutch savers lost in the online accounts of a failed Icelandic bank, Iceland's finance minister said in a newspaper interview on Saturday.

Steingrimur Sigfusson told De Telegraaf, the Netherlands' largest newspaper, that the Dutch people had nothing to fear.

"The Netherlands can rest easy. Their money really will be returned," Sigfusson told the paper.

The British and Dutch governments want Reykjavik to return money paid to depositors whose funds were frozen in so-called "Icesave" accounts operated by Landsbanki, which collapsed along with Iceland's other main commercial banks in 2008.  18-Sep-10.