John Fell, the longest-serving Irish staff member at the ECB, is understood to be among individuals who put their names forward for the Central Bank governorship.

The most senior Irish member of staff at the European Central Bank (ECB) and the deputy secretary general of the Department of Health have emerged as (...)

Deputy Central Bank governor Ed Sibley told the regulator’s board that the institution was dealing with a “sizeable activity” in relation to authorisations. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has been forced to “re-prioritise” its normal supervisory work as the regulator draws on resources to deal with a spike in authorisat(...)

Central Bank executives are resisting calls for a change to make it easier for banks to manage exemptions on mortgage lending rules. Photograph: Alan Betson

Central Bank executives are resisting calls for a change in mortgage rules to make it easier for banks to manage the extent to which they offer borrow(...)

Central Bank: warned it was dealing with an unprecedented volume of applications for licences to operate in the Republic. Photograph: Alan Betson

Brexit-related applications to the Central Bank of Ireland for authorisation are running at a “very significant level” with both large and small insti(...)

Brendan O’Leary, John Palmer and John Kinnane of the  Department of Finance, at a press conference on Wednesday to announce the end-year exchequer returns. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Following a year dominated by Brexit talks and intense pressure on the Republic’s corporate tax practices, this first week of 2018 brought an opportun(...)

The Central Bank  revealed last month that the number of customers hit by the tracker mortgage scandal had surged by 13,600, or two-thirds, from the end of September to 33,700. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Central Bank has won approval for a 17 per cent increase in its operating budget, but was also criticised over its handling of the State’s tracker(...)

The Central Bank published new figures showing 12,500 customers were identified up to the end of June as having their mortgages changed.

Financial institutions found to have wrongly removed homeowners from tracker mortgages should have restrictions placed on their banking licences, the (...)

The Central Bank had issued €12 million in fines in 2016, the largest annual amount it had ever levied against firms. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank of Ireland allocated 28 out of 170 new full-time staff at the end of last year to address Brexit-related issues. * This has emerged (...)

Michael Noonan: said that at the end of November, the Central Bank had about 1,600 employees, which was below its original year-end plan for 1,695.  Photograph: David Sleator

The Central Bank of Ireland expects to increase its staff numbers by 115 on a net basis by the end of this year to help fill key vacancies in its work(...)

The commission is likely to consider raising its €220,000 limit, meaning more borrowers would only require a 10 per cent deposit. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The Central Bank’s key decision-making board is due to consider changes to its controversial mortgage lending rules next Wednesday, with some signifi(...)

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