The Central Bank of Iceland’s website was updated today, and users may experience some delays or disturbances in site performance as a result. The update is taking place because of the entry into force of the new Act on the Central Bank of Iceland, which formalises the merger of the Bank and the Financial Supervisory Authority. With the merger, the Central Bank administers the tasks entrusted to the Financial Supervisory Authority by law and Governmental directives, and the Financial Supervisory Authority is part of the Bank. The websites used hitherto by both institutions were merged today. Work on a new Central Bank website will begin in the near future.