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Cyril Roux, deputy governor (Financial Regulation) at the Central Bank of Ireland, arriving at Leinster House for the Banking Inquiry. Photograph: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

The current supervisory regime for financial institutions is robust enough to prevent another banking crisis, but it might not be able to defend the s(...)

The Central Bank has identified 13 individuals who between them have 652 directorships.

Irish residents who sell their services as directors to international investment funds will have to cut back on the number of boards they sit on if th(...)

the Central Bank’s former head economist Thomas O’Connell has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that Ireland’s banking and economic crash should never have happened.

Ireland’s banking and economic crash should never have happened, the Central Bank of Ireland’s former head economist Thomas O’Connell has told the Oir(...)

 Cyril Roux , deputy governor (Financial Regulation) of the Central Bank of Ireland who said lessons have been learned in the euro zone about how to deal with struggling banks. Photograph: The Irish Times

Lessons have been learned in the euro zone about how to deal with banks that are failing or likely to fail, the deputy governor of the Central Bank of(...)

Cyril Roux, deputy governor of the Central Bank: said the “disjointed” nature of the regulator’s enforcement powers over non-life companies was an “impediment to their effectiveness” and needed consolidation. Photograph: Eric Luke

Central Bank deputy governor Cyril Roux told the Department of Finance in March it did not have sufficient powers or staff to effectively regulate t(...)

Almost 70 per cent of adults believe the expectation among Irish people of owning their own home is unrealistic, according to a new survey by Aviva Home Insurance. Photo: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Almost 70 per cent of adults believe the expectation among Irish people of owning their own home is unrealistic, according to a new survey by Aviva Ho(...)

Isme chief executive Mark Fielding says businesses seeking cash to expand or hire new staff  cannot afford to have the banks slow down their plans. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Banks are further delaying decisions on lending to small business, according to a survey by one of the Republic’s lobby groups. The Irish Small and Me(...)

Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty proposed the Bill as a response to the current levels of variable interest rates being levied by banks on home owners. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Central Bank would have temporary powers to impose a maximum cap on variable mortgage interest rates under new legislative proposals tabled by Si(...)

Former Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) chairman Alan Dukes has said he does not believe businessman Denis O’Brien was given an interest rate as low as that claimed by Independent TD Catherine Murphy. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw.

Former Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) chairman Alan Dukes has said he does not believe businessman Denis O’Brien was given an interest rate (...)

ACC Bank announced plans to withdraw from providing standard banking products, such as deposit accounts and current accounts and to focus solely on recovering its loans and advances in October 2013

The former ACC Bank, which now trades as ACC Loan Management, has said after-tax losses fell by 43 per cent to €166 million in 2014 as against €290 mi(...)

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