Minutes of an Icelandic parliamentary committee meeting indicate that three former central bank officials could face prosecution for their role in the crisis.
The minutes of the meeting do not name the officers but they are understood to be the three governors at the time of the crisis: David Oddsson, a former prime minister who was the chairman of the central bank, Ingimundur Fridriksson and Erik Gudnason.
A spokesman at the Ministry of Economic Affairs told CentralBanking.com that the minutes
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