The offices of the Central Bank of Ireland, New Wapping Street, North Wall Quay. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank has proposed the introduction of statutory requirements to support consumers considering switching their mortgage. The purpose of an(...)

The Central Bank is seeking views on whether consumers are adequately protected under existing rules. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank is to beef up its protections for consumers to take account of the boom in online banking. The regulator said on Thursday it was see(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland plans to introduce a number of measures to make it easier for borrowers to switch their mortgages to another lender to reduce the cost of their loans.

The Central Bank of Ireland plans to introduce a number of measures to make it easier for borrowers to switch their mortgages to another lender to red(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane:  “It makes sense to have a little bit of reconfiguration.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

With Cyril Roux on gardening leave as deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland and Bernard Sheridan having assumed his duties in an interim capa(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has appointed Bernard Sheridan as acting deputy governor with responsibility for financial regulation with effect from April 8th.

The Central Bank of Ireland has appointed Bernard Sheridan as acting deputy governor with responsibility for financial regulation with effect from Ap(...)

Bernard Sheridan, director of consumer protection at the Central Bank, has ruled out a ban on commission payments in the short-term.

The director of consumer protection at the Central Bank has ruled out an outright ban on commission payments for financial advisors, arguing that suc(...)

The Central Bank said  it expects lenders will have  commenced engagement with affect customers by  mid-2017.

Some 8,200 mortgage accounts holders have been identified so far as having been denied a tracker rate by their lender here, the Central Bank of Irelan(...)

Bernard Sheridan of the Central Bank speaking at the opening of the FinCoNet conference,  in Jakarta.

The rise of “fintech” brings new risks and challenges for consumer protection, and supervisory authorities need to ensure compliance standards are not(...)

The Central Bank said SRPs were not always a suitable alternative for consumers, given their complexity and potential for partial or total loss of investment. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Some investment products being offered here by firms are not suitable for consumers, providing under-par returns and poor governance, the Central Ban(...)

Sinn Féin finance spokesman Pearse Doherty: “They chose not to vote on the issue. Fianna Fáil once more are talking from both sides of their mouths.”

Sinn Féin’s finance spokesman, Pearse Doherty, has accused Fianna Fáil of a U-turn in its stance on the regulation of so-called vulture funds, which (...)

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