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Arion Bank bedriver bankverksamhet. Banken erbjuder finansiella tjänster inriktade mot lån, sparande och pension. Olika tjänster inkluderart traditionell kapitalförvaltning, lånefinansiering, samt fakturerings – och valutatjänster. En stor del av tjänsterna nås via internetbanken, där kunderna återfinns både bland privat- och företagskunder på den isländska marknaden. Huvudkontoret ligger i Reykjavik.

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2022-10-26 Kvartalsrapport 2022-Q3
2022-07-27 Kvartalsrapport 2022-Q2
2022-05-04 Kvartalsrapport 2022-Q1
2022-03-16 Årsstämma 2022
2022-02-09 Bokslutskommuniké 2021
2021-10-27 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q3
2021-07-28 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q2
2021-05-05 Kvartalsrapport 2021-Q1
2021-03-17 Ordinarie utdelning ARION SDB 0.12 SEK
2021-03-16 Årsstämma 2021
2021-02-10 Bokslutskommuniké 2020
2020-10-28 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q3
2020-07-29 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q2
2020-05-15 Ordinarie utdelning ARION SDB 0.00 SEK
2020-05-14 Årsstämma 2020
2020-05-06 Kvartalsrapport 2020-Q1
2020-02-12 Bokslutskommuniké 2019
2019-10-30 Kvartalsrapport 2019-Q3
2019-08-09 Årsstämma 2019
2019-08-08 Kvartalsrapport 2019-Q2
2019-05-08 Kvartalsrapport 2019-Q1
2019-03-21 Ordinarie utdelning ARION SDB 0.39 SEK
2019-02-13 Bokslutskommuniké 2018
2018-10-31 Kvartalsrapport 2018-Q3
2018-08-01 Kvartalsrapport 2018-Q2
2021-11-03 18:37:00

Reference is made to a press release from Arion Bank, published 27 October 2021 regarding the launch of a share buyback program. In week 43 2021 Arion Bank purchased own shares on Nasdaq Iceland and Swedish Depository Receipts (SDR) on Nasdaq Stockholm. See further details below.

Share buyback on Nasdaq Iceland:

DateTime (GMT)Number of sharesShare pricePurchase price (ISK)Total number of own shares
28.10.202109:55:1816,000197.503,160,000110,521,575
28.10.202110:08:333,800197.50750,500110,525,375
28.10.202110:24:33174,745197.5034,512,138110,700,120
28.10.202110:28:4355,455197.5010,952,363110,755,575
28.10.202110:46:28300,000198.0059,400,000111,055,575
28.10.202114:45:13596,093196.75117,281,298111,651,668
29.10.202109:32:30500,000197.0098,500,000112,151,668
29.10.202109:42:32200,000197.2539,450,000112,351,668
29.10.202110:02:11200,000197.2539,450,000112,551,668


2,046,093
403,456,298112,551,668

SDRs purchased on Nasdaq Stockholm:

DateTime (GMT)Number of SDR'sSDR pricePurchase price (SEK)Own holding of SDR's
29.10.202110:24:00313.02391,004,058
29.10.202112:00:193,16813.0241,2471,007,226
29.10.202112:00:2210,76013.02140,0951,017,986
29.10.202112:00:261,19913.0215,6111,019,185
29.10.202112:03:5712113.021,5751,019,306
29.10.202112:04:239013.021,1721,019,396
29.10.202112:06:327713.021,0031,019,473
29.10.202112:07:4416,24613.02211,5231,035,719
29.10.202112:07:4455813.027,2651,036,277
29.10.202112:17:062413.023121,036,301
29.10.202112:17:105014.027011,036,351


32,296
420,5441,036,351

The Bank held 111,509,630 of own shares and SDRs prior to the transactions in week 43 and holds 113,588,019 shares and SDRs by the end of the same week. The Bank currently holds 6.84% of issued shares in the Bank. Since the launch of the share buyback programme the Bank has bought in total 2,046,093 shares and 32,296 SDRs.

The Bank may purchase up to 27,245,185 shares/SDRs in total under the Program, corresponding to 1.64% of its current issued share capital. The repurchase authorization will be divided between the Icelandic and Swedish markets. Consequently, up to 544,904 SDRs may be repurchased in Sweden, corresponding to 0.03% of the current issued capital, and up to 26,700,281 shares repurchased in Iceland, corresponding to 1.61% of the Bank’s current issued capital. The total consideration for purchased SDRs shall not exceed ISK 100,000,000 in Sweden and ISK 4,900,000,000 for purchased shares in Iceland (ISK 5,000,000,000 total).The Program will end no later than 16 March 2022. The Bank retains the right to discontinue the Program at any time.
 
The Program is carried out in accordance with applicable law and regulation in Iceland and Sweden, as the case may be, including Regulation No. 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on market abuse (“MAR”), Commission delegated regulation (EU) 2016/1052 of 8 March 2016, Icelandic acts on limited liability companies, No. 2/1995 and on securities transactions, No. 108/2007, Icelandic regulation on insider information and market manipulation, No. 630/2005 and act on measures against market manipulation no. 60/2021.