The Central Bank said it has written to all the firms in each sector highlighting the findings of the review. It said it will continue to monitor advertisements for compliance with various regulatory requirements, to ensure that they work in the best interests of consumers.

A review of advertising standards in the financial sector has found 66 per cent of credit union advertisements were not in compliance with consumer re(...)

A small number of life assurance firms operating in the Republic are failing to furnish customers with adequate information about their pension produc(...)

The Central Bank is asking all insurance firms to review their remuneration arrangements. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The Central Bank of Ireland has said it is concerned by a lack of sufficient quality controls relating to incentives paid to sales staff of life insur(...)

The Central Bank said it was concerned by the findings of a report on insurance claims for flood damage.

A Central Bank report has raised concerns about the handling of insurance claims relating to water damage following an inspection to examine compli(...)

The Central Bank has outlined a series of new rules for debt management firms

The Central Bank is preparing to move against debt management companies which have been allowed set up in the Republic in recent years without offerin(...)

The Central Bank insisted last night that its new proposals will allow borrowers and lenders to reach more sustainable solutions

Banks will not be able to force distressed borrowers off tracker mortgages unless they engage in meaningful write downs. or provide alternative arrang(...)

The Central Bank said there has been a small increase in the amount of money being lent by licenced money lenders.

RONAN McGREEVY The St Vincent de Paul has called on the Central Bank to publish how much money is being lent by licenced money lenders and the cost of(...)

The Central Bank

Banks have been using 17-year-old legislation to unilaterally impose increased charges on customers without having to seek app(...)

The Central Bank’s director of consumer protection, Bernard Sheridan (at front), has expressed concern that restrictions limiting to three per month the number of unsolicited contacts a bank can make with a borrower in arrears  were hampering the speed at which many problem loans were being resolved.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Central Bank has insisted proposals in a new code of conduct which could permit banks to remove tracker mortgages from borrowers in seriou(...)