Ex KSF boss could profit from crisis book

The former chief executive of Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander (KSF) is set to profit from a book about his role in the failure of the Icelandic bank subsidiary.

Due to hit the shelves in October, Armann Thorvaldsson's book, How I Lived Iceland's Boom and Bust, promises to portray the glittering lifestyle of Iceland's top bankers before the bank collapsed last...

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