direct/ Landsbanki Islands (UK) - Landsbanki presents Q2 results on 1 August in London
Presentation in London 1 August
Mr Sigurjón Þ. Árnason and Mr Halldór J. Kristjánsson, joint CEOs of Landsbanki, will present Landsbanki´s Q2 2007 results to analysts and investors, followed by a Q&A session. Conducted in English, the presentation will be available live on www.landsbanki.com, where relevant data and presentation material will be posted simultaneously.
Time: 4pm UK summer time (3pm GMT and 5pm CET)
Live webcast and Conference call
For those who wish to join the meeting remotely, a webcast of the presentation can be accessed on www.landsbanki.com/ir. A dial-in will also be available, and to participate please call at least 10 minutes prior to the start to +44 (0) 1452 567 098.
Replay and presentation material
All presentation material, plus a replay of the webcast and a podcast of the telephone conference, will subsequently be available on www.landsbanki.com/ir.
Presentation in Reykjavík 1 August
Mr Sigurjón Þ. Árnason and Mr Halldór J. Kristjánsson, joint CEOs of Landsbanki, will present Landsbanki´s Q2 2007 results to analysts and investors, followed by a Q&A session. The presentation will be held on Wednesday, 1 August, at 8:30 am at the Nordica Hotel in Reykjavík.
For further information:
Landsbanki - Tinna Molphy, Investor Relations, email@example.com and tel: +354 410 7200 / mob: +354 861 1440. Media Relations - Andrew Walton, Financial Dynamics, tel: +44 20 7269 7204 / mob: +44 7711 264 157.
About Landsbanki - www.landsbanki.com/ir
Landsbanki is a growing European bank with total assets of ISK 2,317 billion (EUR 26.4 bn) at 31 March 2007 and a market capitalisation of ISK 448 billion (EUR 5.5 bn) at 24 July 2007. Headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, Landsbanki Islands hf. is traded on the OMX Nordic Exchange Iceland under the symbol . Landsbanki is rated by Moody´s (Aa3 / P-1 / C / Stable) and Fitch (A / F1 / B/C / Stable).
Since its establishment in 1886, Landsbanki has been instrumental in the economic development of business and industry in Iceland. Landsbanki has positioned itself as Iceland´s primary provider of general and specialised financial services to individuals, corporate entities and institutions. The bank holds a market share of over 30% in all major business segments and has the country´s most extensive branch network.
Building on its strong foundation in Iceland, Landsbanki has successfully extended its financial operations into new markets, focusing on serving mid-cap corporates in Europe. The bank´s unique product line includes access to both debt and equity markets; its research department is among the most comprehensive in Europe, including some 90 analysts covering more than 800 European stocks locally. Landsbanki and its subsidiaries now operate in all major financial centres of Europe and have North American representation in New York, Winnipeg and Halifax. Through its extensive distribution network, Landsbanki has a strong platform to deliver targeted financial services based on local expertise.
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