Oct 10 (Reuters) - Iceland seized control of three of its biggest banks this week: Kaupthing, Glitnir and Landsbanki. Here is a look at the banks’ outstanding debts, which include a combined $62 billion in foreign currency obligations.
Kaupthing has 179 debt issues totalling $28.2 billion, with at least $26.5 billion outstanding in foreign currencies, according to Thomson Reuters data. The bank’s loans and bonds are issued in at least 14 foreign currencies, including $14.6 billion in dollars and $8.9 billion worth in euros.
Glitnir has 210 debt issues totalling $23.4 billion, with at least $21.4 billion in 13 foreign currencies. That includes $12.6 billion in dollars and $6.4 billion worth in euros.
Landsbanki has 127 loans and bonds totalling $15.9 billion, with at least $13.9 billion outstanding in nine foreign currencies, including $5.5 billion in dollars and $7.3 billion worth in euros.
ENTITIES HOLDING ICELANDIC BANK DEBT
Details are beginning to emerge about the companies and debt holders that have credit exposure as a result of the Icelandic financial crisis. Following are some of the statements that have been made:
* Austria's Erste Group Bank ERST.VI said it had 300 million euros ($412 million) exposure
* Austrian cooperative bank Raiffeisen Zentralbank, the parent of Raiffeisen International RIBH.VI, said it holds Icelandic debt but declined to say how much
* Finnish banks have exposure of 210 million euros, according to Finland’s financial watchdog
* Danske Bank DANSKE.CO said it had provided financing of 100 million Danish crowns ($18.41 million) in total to several Icelandic banks * Britain's Local Government Association estimated 108 British local authorities have a total of 750 million pounds ($1.3 billion) invested in Icelandic banks
Compiled by Gelu Sulugiuc; Editing by Quentin Bryar
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