Opening bell at Nasdaq Iceland on the first day of trading.
Kvika has today completed the acquisition of 100% shares in Aur app ehf.
Good results and growth in all income streams.
Good results and strong growth in fee and commission income.
One of the largest asset and fund management companies in Iceland.
KKV Investment Management Ltd has finalised Investment Management Agreements with two British secured loan funds.
KKV Investment Management Ltd., a subsidiary of Kvika Securities Ltd., Kvika banki hf.´s UK subsidiary, has reached an agreement to provide investment management services to British secured loan fund SQN Asset Finance Income Fund.
Kvika has been awarded Bank of the Year 2019 by the Banker for the second time in a row.
The Board of Directors of the bank has appointed Marinó Örn Tryggvason new CEO of Kvika.
Today Kvika banki started trading of its shares on the Main Market of Nasdaq Iceland.
Auður offers savings accounts for individuals with 4% interest.
All of the conditions for the acquisition have now been fulfilled.
The objective of this new incentive fund for student teachers is to promote the discussion and awareness of the importance of teacher education.
Kvika increases its profit by 10%. The greatest growth was in income from asset management.
The British Financial Conduct Authority has granted a subsidiary of Kvika Bank hf., Kvika Securities Ltd., an operating licence as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager.
Kvika, and its subsidiary in the UK, have concluded a GBP 12.5 million increase in funding for the British investment company OSF II.
Kvika has completed an investment project in the UK in which it led a group of domestic and foreign investors in the acquisition of a majority stake in the British company Cornerstone Healthcare.
Trading in Kvika’s shares started on First North Iceland today. Kvika is the first bank to be listed on the Icelandic stock market since the financial crisis.
The Incentive Fund is a cooperation project between Kvika and the Federation of Icelandic Industries aimed at promoting the discussion and awareness of the importance of vocational education and training and the significance of the professions related to it in the economy.