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The Government has now recovered 85% of the money used to bail out hundreds of thousands of British consumers who risked seeing their savings wiped out when Icesave collapsed.
The Treasury announced on yesterday that it had recovered another £1.36bn from the estate of Landsbanki, which went bust in 2008.
At the time, the Icelandic government refused to compensate the 230,000 Britons with money held in Icesave, the UK arm of Landsbanki. Alistair Darling was forced to step in with £4.5bn of public funds to make up for the shortfall, and to avoid a run on other banks.
The £1.36bn payment, the latest of five made in the last two years, means the Government has now reclaimed £3.82bn from the Landsbanki estate.
British savers were enticed by market-beating interest rates from Icesave, which offered an online-only savings account.
However, the bank perilously over-extended itself. Before Lehman Brothers collapsed, triggering the 2008 financial crisis, Iceland's banking assets were 10 times bigger than the country's GDP.
When the Icelandic government refused to compensate Icesave customers in the UK and Holland, the respective countries' governments stepped in.
The dispute severely hampered tensions between the UK and Iceland, with the British government even resorting to anti-terror legislation to seize assets.
A European court found last year that the Icelandic government was not liable to pay compensation to foreign savers.
However, Landsbanki's administrators have confirmed that the collapsed bank has enough assets to be able to repay the Government. The Treasury said it expected to have recovered the remaining money by 2017. more ....