Mr Brady is the latest prominent figure to leave the Central Bank of the team assembled to guide Ireland out of the financial crisis. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

Patrick Brady, the director of risk and policy at the Central Bank of Ireland, has resigned in the latest senior exit from the bank. The Central Ba(...)

Professor John McHale. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Government needs to stick to an adjustment of €2 billion in the budget as any “backtracking on planned adjustments could suggest a worrying weaken(...)

Former minister for European affairs Lucinda Creighton. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The shortcomings of the European Union do not warrant the “visceral criticism” heard about it so often, former minister for European affairs Lucinda C(...)

Sharon Donnery, the new director of credit institutions, has worked with the Central Bank since 1996 when she joined as an economist.

The Central Bank has appointed Sharon Donnery to the role of director of credit institutions. Ms Donnery, the current Registrar of credit(...)

Max Planck Institute director Martin Hellwig speak to participants at the Trinity economic forum in Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: Sam Boal

There is nothing “inherently wrong” with wanting to make money as an individual or a company, the Central Bank’s outgoing head(...)

Richie Boucher, Chief Executive Bank of Ireland, arriving at Leinster House, for a meeting with the Oireachtas finance committee. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Another year, another step closer to normalised lending. Or so we hope. The past year has reminded us we cannot take anything for granted in the fi(...)

Central Bank director of credit institutions Fiona Muldoon: said she has not lined up another job. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fiona Muldoon has resigned her position as director of credit institutions and insurance supervision at the Central Bank of Ireland without having lin(...)

Fiona Muldoon, the director of credit institutions and insurance supervision, became the fourth member of the Central Bank’s senior team to announce their departure this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

To lose one senior executive might be considered unfortunate but to have four depart in short order is bordering on careless by the Central Bank of Ir(...)

The country’s main banks have met their targets for providing solutions to struggling mortgage holders, the Central Bank announced today.However, it r(...)

Fiona Muldoon will step down in May next year.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Central Bank has confirmed that its director of credit institutions and insurance supervision Fiona Muldoon will leave the bank next year. Ms Muld(...)