In the evening radio news from the Government radio yesterday a news coverage was done about the trade commission of the Parliament have called to a meeting with the bank manager and bank representatives of the three government banks next friday to figure out who lent Jón Ásgeir one and a half billion krónur to buy 365 media.
In the letter it is pointed out that in law about investment companies there is a clause about the board members of investment companies, chairmen, accountants, employees and whoever works a job for the company is bound to secrecy about anything they find out or hear about the practice of the company, business or private matters of their clients, unless they are obligated by the law to share this information. There is nothing in the law about parliamentary procedure or any other law that gives the select committee clearance to be informed about private matters of a businessman of a financial company.
News Article by noname
Original Article in Icelandic