IACC phone conference on Monday, December 9th
Dear IACC Member:
The Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce has organized a phone conference to discuss the Icelandic government’s debt relief package for households; a mortgage debt relief program worth about 150 billion ISK (1.26 billion USD) with Mr. Jón Bentsson a senior economist at Íslandsbanki Research. He will explain what the program entails, what future implications there might be and answer a few questions from IACC members.
Mr. Bentsson has 8 years of experience at Íslandsbanki/Glitnir Research, focusing on macroeconomic research and the fixed income market. He holds an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick and a BSc in Economics from the University of Iceland, where he was also research assistant at the Institute of Economic Studies.
The meeting takes place on December 9th, 11:30 a.m. to 12 (noon) EST (16:30-17:00 in Iceland).
Please RSVP to email@example.com – Note that we have limited line availability in the phone conference call room so it is important that you RSVP if you intend to participate in the meeting.
The meeting’s moderator is Mr. Jon Sigurdsson, President and Chief Executive Officer at Össur and the Chairman of IACC.
Instructions to join the phone conference
PLEASE PUT YOUR PHONE ON MUTE DURING THE CONFERENCE AND WHILE YOU ARE NOT TALKING. THIS WILL INCREASE THE AUDIO QUALITY DURING THE MEETING, THANK YOU.
United States: +1 856 345 6069
Reykjavík: +1 354 515 2399
Europe: +31 499 751 930
Conference Room Number: 101 21 23
The phone conference is hosted by Össur, one of IACC’s corporate sponsors.
The Board of the IACC
About Islandsbanki Research:
Islandsbanki Research is the research department of Islandsbanki, and is an independent unit within Islandsbanki Markets. We strive to identify strategic concerns, trends, and relevant financial information and through meticulous analyses transform this into comprehensive research and clear investment opinions for our clients. Islandsbanki Research believes that objective, high quality research is a critical and valuable part of the Bank's service to our institutional and private clients investing in the equity, fixed income, and currency markets.