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Despite a global economic recovery that continues to strengthen, the review highlights a range of risks to the Irish economy and financial system.

The Central Bank has rejected criticism that its overly cautious approach to regulation was hampering the State’s ability to attract post-Brexit busin(...)

Mary O’Dea

Mary O’Dea, who stepped in as acting head of the financial regulator during the crisis, has quit the Central Bank months after returning to the organi(...)

Research on bad loans and the State‘s mortgage market by Fergal McCann of the regulator’s Financial Stability Division examined five banks.

The scale of mortgage adjustments in the Irish market since the financial crash has been larger than previously measured with almost 100,000 loans alt(...)

Patrick Casey: he  will be responsible for the regulation and supervision of the credit union sector in Ireland

Patrick Casey has been appointed registrar of credit unions in the Central Bank. Mr Casey is currently head of resolution in the regulator. He will (...)

The Central Bank: ‘The facade will take getting used to. Then again, all out-there buildings do.’ Photograph: Hufton & Crow

Your vertigo sensors attempt to lift your heart up out of harm’s way as you stand on the highest bridge across the 9m-wide atrium in the new Central B(...)

The Landings: The NTMA is leasing the entire new build next to the Central Bank building –  nearly 143,000sq ft. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has opted for a considerably larger new headquarters than originally planned at the Dublin Landings de(...)

The High Court has granted an injunction preventing two businessmen interfering with his efforts to take over a commercial property in Malahide, Co Dublin

A receiver has been granted a High Court injunction preventing two businessmen interfering with his efforts to take over a commercial property in Mala(...)

Property-related SME loans declined by 11 per cent in the first quarter of 2017, compared with the same period last year

Property-related loans to Irish SMEs declined by 11 per cent in the first quarter of 2017 compared with the same period last year, according to new fi(...)

Three Irish banks were hit with multimillion euro fines in recent months after a Central Bank review.

Irish politicians and their families are to be subject to an enhanced degree of scrutiny by banks as part of a new EU directive to combat money launde(...)

One of the Klimmek Furniture-designed tables from the  former Central Bank building in Dame Street, Dublin.

Every item from the former Central Bank building on Dublin’s Dame Street, including boardroom tables, desks, chairs and restaurant facilities, is to b(...)

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