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2016-05-11

Islandsbanki hf. : Interim Consolidated Statements 1Q2016

Consolidated Interim Financial Statements 1Q2016

The Consolidated Interim Financial Statements for 1Q2016 was confirmed by the
Bank's Board of Directors and CEO at a board meeting held 11 May 2016. The
financial statements are not audited or reviewed by the Bank's auditors.

Highlights:

* Profit after tax was ISK 3.5bn in 1Q16 compared to ISK 5.4bn in 1Q15. The
difference is mainly due to higher income from the irregular line items net
loan impairment and net financial income in 1Q15.
* Return on equity was 6.9% in 1Q16, compared to 11.8% in 1Q15.
* Earnings from regular operations was 3.6bn, compared to 4.4bn in 1Q15.
Return on equity from regular operations on 14% CET1 was 10.1% in 1Q16
compared to 15.0% in 1Q15.
* Net interest income amounted to ISK 7.5bn in 1Q16 (1Q15 ISK 6.2bn) up 22%.
The net interest margin was 2.9% in 1Q16 (1Q15: 2.7%).
* Net fee and commission income was ISK 3.1bn in 1Q16 (1Q15 2.9bn), a 8.3%
year on year increase; thereof 2.6% was achieved in the parent company.
* Cost to income ratio was 58.3% in 1Q16 (1Q15: 55.3%). The cost to income
ratio excludes the Bank tax and one-off cost items.
* Loans to customers grew by 1.7% in the first quarter to 677.1bn. The
increase is well diversified across various lending divisions.
* Total assets amounted to ISK 1,021bn (Dec15: ISK 1,046bn).
* Deposits from customers decreased by 8.2% in the quarter to ISK 544bn,
which was in line with expectations due to the old estates' composition
agreements and pay-out of stability contributions.
* The Bank issued one successful foreign denominated bond transaction during
the period, a USD 35m private placement.
* Total capital ratio remains strong at 29.7% (Dec15: 30.1%) and CET1 ratio
was 28.1% (Dec15: 28.3%).
* The liquidity position is strong and exceeds internal and external
requirements. At March 2016, the Bank's liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) was
154% (Dec15: 143%) and the total FX net stable funding ratio (NSFR) was
118% (Dec15: 120%).
* Leverage ratio was at 18.7% at the end of March compared to 18.1% at
year-end, indicating a moderate leverage.
* Ratio of loans more than 90 days past due and impaired was 2.1% (Dec15:
2.2%).
* S&P placed the Bank's BBB-/A-3 rating on positive outlook in January 2016,
and Fitch affirmed a BBB-/F3 rating with a stable outlook in April.
Íslandsbanki is the only Icelandic bank to have investment grade ratings
from both S&P and Fitch.

Birna Einarsdóttir, Chief Executive Officer at Íslandsbanki:

The year has begun well for Íslandsbanki, and earnings are in line with
management's expectations. We see growth in net interest income and in net
fee and commission income. The Bank's loan book has grown by 2 percent
quarter-on-quarter. Its liquidity position is very strong, and the Bank is
therefore well prepared to participate in a wide range of projects. Core
operations remain strong, and efforts to simplify and strengthen the Bank's
product offerings have borne fruit. Wage costs have risen in the wake of
collective bargaining agreements, as they have for other companies, and are
in line with the wage index.

The Bank recently announced the cancellation of borrowing fees for first-time
homebuyers, in an effort to meet the needs of this rapidly growing group. At
the same time, the Bank rolled out a new online credit assessment process
that enables applicants to sign their applications electronically. This is
part of Íslandsbanki's move towards fuller digitisation, in line with our
goal of simplifying the mortgage lending process for our customers and
strengthening the service we provide.

At the beginning of 2016, Íslandsbanki issued a USD 35m bond on favourable
terms, after the outlook on the Bank's S&P credit rating was changed from
stable to positive. The Bank has also been an active issuer of bills and
covered bonds in the domestic market during the period.

This autumn, Íslandsbanki will move its headquarters to the North Tower in
Kópavogur, thereby unifying its operations, which are currently in four
locations. Significant streamlining will therefore take place when the Bank
opens its modern and progressive headquarters.

Investor call in English

The Bank will host aninvestor call in English today 11 mayto present the
results at 1 pm Icelandic time. The call will start with a short macro update
on the Icelandic economy, followed by a review of the financial results and
Q&A. Please register by replying toir@islandsbanki.is. Dial-in details and
presentation will be sent out two hours prior to the call.

All presentation material will subsequently be available and archived on
www.islandsbanki.is/ir.

For information on Íslandsbanki's financial calendar and silent periods
seehttp://www.islandsbanki.is/english/investor-relations/calendar/.

For further information:

* Investor Relations - Tinna Molphy,tinna.molphy@islandsbanki.is, tel +354
440 3187.
* Media Relations - Edda Hermannsdottir, edda.hermannsdottir@islandsbanki.is
and tel: +354 440 4005.

ÍSB 1Q16 Investor presentation
http://hugin.info/150077/R/2011642/744876.pdf
ÍSB Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements 1Q16
http://hugin.info/150077/R/2011642/744873.pdf
ÍSB 1Q16 Press release
http://hugin.info/150077/R/2011642/744878.pdf

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Source: Islandsbanki hf. via Globenewswire

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