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TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JZ3W
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz arrives at the High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz arrives at the High Court in London
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz arrives at the High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JZ0F
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz (C) poses with members of his legal team, Clarissa Coleman (R) and...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Tchenguiz poses with members of his legal team as they arrive at the High Court in London...
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz (C) poses with members of his legal team, Clarissa Coleman (R) and Alison Bradley, as they arrive at the High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JZ0D
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz holds a copy of the ruling, as he poses for a photograph outside High...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz poses with a copy of the ruling outside High Court in London
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz holds a copy of the ruling, as he poses for a photograph outside High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JZ08
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz poses for a photograph as he arrives at the High Court in London March...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz poses for a photograph as he arrives at the High Court in London
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz poses for a photograph as he arrives at the High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JZ01
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz holds a copy of the ruling as he poses for a photograph outside High...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Tchenguiz holds a copy of the ruling as he poses for a photograph outside High Court...
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz holds a copy of the ruling as he poses for a photograph outside High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
TCHENGUIZ-KAUPTHING/
RTR2JYZN
March 16, 2011
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz (C) poses with members of his legal team, Clarissa Coleman (R) and...
London, United Kingdom
Property magnate Tchenguiz poses with members of his legal team as they arrive at the High Court in London...
Property magnate Vincent Tchenguiz (C) poses with members of his legal team, Clarissa Coleman (R) and Alison Bradley, as they arrive at the High Court in London March 16, 2011. The Tchenguiz brothers, the property magnates briefly arrested in a UK fraud probe into Iceland's Kaupthing, won the right to pursue a claim of over 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) in damages from the failed bank. The English High Court on Wednesday rejected an application by Kaupthing Bank to dismiss the claim for the technical legal reason that it did not have the jurisdiction to hear it. The case will now proceed to be heard in England. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO6L
March 09, 2011
Police officers stands in a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent...
London, United Kingdom
Police officers stands in a building in Mayfair central London
Police officers stands in a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO5O
March 09, 2011
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property...
London, United Kingdom
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO5L
March 09, 2011
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property...
London, United Kingdom
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO5J
March 09, 2011
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property...
London, United Kingdom
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO5H
March 09, 2011
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property...
London, United Kingdom
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JO5F
March 09, 2011
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property...
London, United Kingdom
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London
Lisa Tchenguiz leaves an office building in Mayfair, in central London March 9, 2011. Her brothers, property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS LAW)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JNWF
March 09, 2011
A sign is displayed in an unmarked Serious Fraud Office vehicle parked outside a building, in Mayfair,...
London, United Kingdom
A sign is displayed in an unmarked Serious Fraud Office vehicle parked outside a building, in Mayfair,...
A sign is displayed in an unmarked Serious Fraud Office vehicle parked outside a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JNW8
March 09, 2011
A police officer carries a bag from a building into a City of London police van, in Mayfair, central...
London, United Kingdom
A police officer carries a bag from a building into a City of London police van, in Mayfair, central...
A police officer carries a bag from a building into a City of London police van, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JNW5
March 09, 2011
A man carries a bag from a City of London police van into a building, in Mayfair, central London March...
London, United Kingdom
A man carries a bag from a City of London police van into a building, in Mayfair, central London
A man carries a bag from a City of London police van into a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
SFO/KAUPTHING
RTR2JNUE
March 09, 2011
A police officer stands in a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent...
London, United Kingdom
A police officer stands in a building, in Mayfair, central London
A police officer stands in a building, in Mayfair, central London March 9, 2011. Property tycoons Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz were among nine people arrested on Wednesday after police raided addresses in London and Reykjavik linked to an investigation into the collapse of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
ICELAND-KAUPTHING/
RTR2DK29
May 06, 2010
Hreidar Mar Sigurdsson (C), the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Sigurdsson, the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special prosecutor's...
Hreidar Mar Sigurdsson (C), the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special prosecutor's office to the police headquarters in Reykjavik May 6, 2010. Icelandic police arrested a former senior official of collapsed bank Kaupthing on suspicion he broke bond trading laws and manipulated markets, the special prosecutor said on Friday in a statement. The statement only identified the man as a former Kaupthing top official. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
ICELAND-KAUPTHING/
RTR2DK28
May 06, 2010
Hreidar Mar Sigurdsson (C), the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Sigurdsson, the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special prosecutor's...
Hreidar Mar Sigurdsson (C), the former president of collapsed bank Kaupthing, is taken from the special prosecutor's office to the police headquarters in Reykjavik May 6, 2010. Icelandic police arrested a former senior official of collapsed bank Kaupthing on suspicion he broke bond trading laws and manipulated markets, the special prosecutor said on Friday in a statement. The statement only identified the man as a former Kaupthing top official. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
BELGIUM/
RTR24B19
June 05, 2009
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in front of the...
Brussels, Belgium
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in Brussels
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in front of the ING bank headquarters in Brussels June 5, 2009. The protesters, who lost their money after Iceland's financial system collapsed in October 2008, demanded that they get their cash back. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM BUSINESS POLITICS CONFLICT)
BELGIUM/
RTR24B12
June 05, 2009
Belgian investors in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank protest in front of the ING bank headquarters in Brussels...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian investors in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank protest in front of ING bank headquarters in Brussels
Belgian investors in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank protest in front of the ING bank headquarters in Brussels June 5, 2009. The protesters, who lost their money after Iceland's financial system collapsed in October 2008, demanded that they get their cash back. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM BUSINESS POLITICS CONFLICT)
BELGIUM/
RTR24B0W
June 05, 2009
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in front of the...
Brussels, Belgium
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in Brussels
A Belgian investor in Iceland's Kaupthing Bank holds a placard during a demonstration in front of the ING bank headquarters in Brussels June 5, 2009. The protesters, who lost their money after Iceland's financial system collapsed in October 2008, demanded that they get their cash back. REUTERS/Thierry Roge (BELGIUM BUSINESS POLITICS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXDVWG
April 11, 2009
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank hold banners as they march during a demonstration in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank march during a demonstration in Berlin
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank hold banners as they march during a demonstration in Berlin, April 11, 2009. Several hundreds protestors expect the money to be paid back after Iceland's financial system collapsed in October of 2008 and they lost all their money. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXDVWF
April 11, 2009
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank hold banners as they march during a demonstration in front...
Berlin, Germany
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank march during a demonstration in Berlin
German investors of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank hold banners as they march during a demonstration in front of the Reichstag's building in Berlin, April 11, 2009. Several hundreds protestors expect the money to be paid back after Iceland's financial system collapsed in October of 2008 and they lost all their money. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
FUNDS-SUMMIT/KAUPTHING
RTXCVTJ
March 17, 2009
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks and a Middle Eastern investor group to review the terms of an agreement to save the Luxembourg arm of crisis-hit Icelandic bank Kaupthing after the banks rejected the plan on Monday. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (LUXEMBOURG BUSINESS)
FUNDS-SUMMIT/KAUPTHING
RTXCVTH
March 17, 2009
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks and a Middle Eastern investor group to review the terms of an agreement to save the Luxembourg arm of crisis-hit Icelandic bank Kaupthing after the banks rejected the plan on Monday. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (LUXEMBOURG BUSINESS)
FUNDS-SUMMIT/KAUPTHING
RTXCVTE
March 17, 2009
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks...
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg
The logo of Luxembourg's Kaupthing bank is seen in Luxembourg, March 17, 2009. Luxembourg will ask banks and a Middle Eastern investor group to review the terms of an agreement to save the Luxembourg arm of crisis-hit Icelandic bank Kaupthing after the banks rejected the plan on Monday. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (LUXEMBOURG BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATMI
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme reads documents at a news conference following his meeting with...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme reads documents at a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATMF
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme speaks at a news conference following his meeting with Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme speaks at a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATMD
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATMC
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATM7
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme speaks at a news conference following his meeting with Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme speaks at a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-POLITICS/
RTXATM5
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gives a news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme gestures during a news conference following his meeting with Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-KAUPTHING/
RTXATM2
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme (2nd R) meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Leterme meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels...
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme (2nd R) meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-KAUPTHING/
RTXATLZ
November 21, 2008
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme (3rd L) meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Prime Minister Leterme meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels...
Belgium's Prime Minister Yves Leterme (3rd L) meets Belgian clients of Iceland's failed bank Kaupthing in Brussels November 21, 2008. REUTERS/Sebastien Pirlet (BELGIUM)
ICELAND/
RTX9D8G
October 09, 2008
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's central bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9D87
October 09, 2008
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
The Iceland flag flies next to the headquarters of Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9D10
October 09, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9D09
October 09, 2008
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
A man walks past a branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
FINANCIAL/ICELAND
RTX9D04
October 09, 2008
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008....
Reykjavik, Iceland
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
Employees arrive for work at the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
FINANCIAL/ICELAND
RTX9D02
October 09, 2008
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik
A man walks into the headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9CZZ
October 09, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
FINANCIAL/ICELAND
RTX9CZW
October 08, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in Reykjavik October 9, 2008. Iceland took control on Thursday of its biggest bank, Kaupthing, to try to shore up a teetering banking system. The state has now seized control of three of the nation's major banks after Landsbanki and Glitnir were taken over earlier this week. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9CHA
October 08, 2008
Iceland's Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde (R) answers questions during a news conference with Minister...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Prime Minister Haarde answers questions during a news conference with Minister of Business...
Iceland's Prime Minister Geir H. Haarde (R) answers questions during a news conference with Minister of Business Affairs Bjorgvin Sigurdsson in Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's fast-moving financial crisis deepened on Wednesday as Kaupthing was forced to take an emergency loan from Sweden and the government seized control of another large bank it had planned to prop up. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9C8S
October 08, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's fast-moving financial crisis deepened on Wednesday as Kaupthing was forced to take an emergency loan from Sweden and the government seized control of another large bank it had planned to prop up. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9C8L
October 08, 2008
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's...
Reykjavik, Iceland
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is pictured in Reykjavik
The headquarters of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's fast-moving financial crisis deepened on Wednesday as Kaupthing was forced to take an emergency loan from Sweden and the government seized control of another large bank it had planned to prop up. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTX9BXX
October 08, 2008
A branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's fast-moving...
Reykjavik, Iceland
A branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik
A branch of Iceland's Kaupthing Bank is seen in downtown Reykjavik October 8, 2008. Iceland's fast-moving financial crisis deepened on Wednesday as Kaupthing was forced to take an emergency loan from Sweden and the government seized control of another large bank it had planned to prop up. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND)
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