Sharon Donnery has held a range of senior positions at the bank including head of consumer information and head of consumer protection.

The State’s head of banking regulation Sharon Donnery has become the first woman to be appointed deputy governor of the Central Bank. Ms Donnery has(...)

Stefan Gerlach is one of two deputy governors at the Central Bank.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

BTG Pactual’s Swiss private bank BSI has hired the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Stefan Gerlach as chief economist. Mr Gerlach, a dua(...)

Central Bank: is seeking an economist, a media relations officer, a head of specialist resolutions unit, a bank supervisor and a human resources manager. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank of Ireland has a staff vacancy rate of 3 per cent, the Minister for Finance has said. In a written reply to Pearse Doherty, Sin(...)

Stefan Gerlach, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland said on Monday that the regulator’s new mortgage lending rules are “ functioning as intended”. (Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES)

Nine months on from the introduction of new mortgage limits, Central Bank deputy Governor Stefan Gerlach has said that the rules are “functioning as (...)

“A lot to welcome”.  Minister Alan Kelly, and Minister Micheal Noonan take tea  with  tenant Eoin Whelan after announcing rental reforms.Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Renting is becoming the norm for many in a nation that was once highly dominated by owner occupation. The proportion of households who rent privately (...)

Property price inflation in Dublin, where supply problems are most acute, is now at its lowest level in over two years. The latest official figures i(...)

John Coyle joined the Central Bank  in September 2014, having previously been chief executive of Standard Bank’s operations in the Isle of Man. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

John Coyle, the Central Bank’s director of resolution and corporate affairs, is to leave the regulator at the end of this year. It is understood that(...)

Stefan Gerlach (right) and economist John FitzGerald at the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland annual conference in Dublin  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Risky lending by the banks is not the solution to the housing crisis, the deputy governor of the Central Bank, Stefan Gerlach, has said. Referring to (...)

Mary Hughes, president of the Irish Planning Institute, will discuss planning for future housing demand. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The timing of this year’s Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) annual conference may have been prophetic when it was scheduled within two day(...)

Stefan Gerlach, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, said that Ireland should promote “a well-developed rental market as a genuine alternative to ownership, and an attractive investment proposition for potential landlords”. (Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES)

Ireland needs to develop a broader and deeper rental market in order to protect itself against future financial shocks, deputy governor of the Centra(...)