Andrea Enria

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ECB president Christine Lagarde said to have consulted banks and EU officials about a bad bank scheme in recent weeks. Photograph: EPA

European Central Bank officials are drawing up a scheme to cope with potentially hundreds of billions of euros of unpaid loans in the wake of the coro(...)

European Central Bank officials have held high-level talks with counterparts in Brussels about creating a euro zone bad bank to remove billions of eur(...)

ECB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. The regulator has already relaxed capital requirements for euro zone banks. Photograph: Getty

The European Central Bank has ordered euro zone banks to freeze dividend payments and share buybacks this year in an escalation of its efforts to avoi(...)

ECB  policymakers suggest  a combination of measures may be needed to prop up the euro zone economy as recent indicators paint an even bleaker picture of the outlook. Photograph: iStock

Banks in the euro zone will get more time to set aside cash to cover for loans that have gone or will go unpaid after the European Central Bank bowed (...)

Boris Johnson (pictured) and foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt are the two remaining candidates for the Tory leadership.

Boris Johnson’s surge towards Downing St appeared to provoke a hardening of the rhetoric in Europe this week as EU leaders braced for a new phase – an(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has to deal with the thorny subject of bankers’ bonuses.

As Patrick Honohan wrapped up the list of people he needed to thank at the launch this week of his new almost 400-page read on the origins of the fina(...)

FIBI chairman and chief executive of BNP Paribas Ireland Derek Kehoe, Bloomberg’s Stephanie Flanders and ECB supervisory board chair Andrea Enria: “It is common wisdom by now that, before the crisis, compensation schemes were skewed.”  Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Banks are paying bonuses that are too focused on cash instead of shares, against EU rules, the European Central Bank’s head of banking supervision tol(...)

European regulators are arguing that granting of banking licences was based on clear capitalisation plans for new entities, say sources

Several financial services firms in London are refraining from building up further reserves in the euro area until closer to the October Brexit deadli(...)

 The vacancy at the Central Bank of Ireland arose when governor Philip Lane moved to the European Central Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The competition to find the next governor of the Central Bank has been narrowed down to a shortlist of four candidates, including bookies’ favourite, (...)

Philip Lane: he is set to be confirmed   as the Republic’s first ECB executive board member. He is also the favourite to become the organisation’s chief economist.  Photograph:  Reuters

When Otmar Issing, one of the prime architects of the euro, was asked in 2001 to help select an outstanding European economist under 40, one name stoo(...)

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