Cyril Roux

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Former minister of state for European affairs Lucinda Creighton said Brexit had begun to dominate her consultancy work. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ed Brophy, who served as chief of staff to Joan Burton when she was Tánaiste in the last government, didn’t have much time to get his feet under the t(...)

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(...)

The Central Bank is to begin the process of appointing a replacement for Cyril Roux shortly

Central Bank deputy governor and head of financial regulation Cyril Roux is to step down from the role in September to take up a new position in the p(...)

An opportunity for Dublin? London’s financial firms are waiting with bated breath to discover whether the UK can hold on to passporting rights which allow them to trade freely across the EU. The cost of a so-called “hard Brexit” to revenues in Britain’s financial services sector has been estimated to be as high as £38 billion, with up to 75,000 jobs in the firing line. (Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg)

The Central Bank has begun laying the groundwork to accommodate a significant number of London based financial services firms looking to move their o(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Cyril Roux said several UK financial services companies have moved into the ‘pre-application or application phase’ for Irish licences. Photograph: Eric Luke

Central Bank deputy governor Cyril Roux has said “several” UK-based firms have started the application process to be authorised in Ireland in the wak(...)

The Central Bank of Ireland has said the retention payments policy was essential in retaining staff and limiting potential risks. File photograph: Getty Images

Payments by the Central Bank to hold on to key staff have cost nearly €450,000 this year, it has emerged. Twenty-seven staff, mostly actuaries workin(...)

The figures in the Central Bank’s report point to an industry that has been in difficulty for a number of years and where the central challenge is containing losses in a volatile environment. Photograph: Eric Van Den Brulle/Getty Images

Irish motorists looking for answers on motor premiums will have been presented with a range of commentary and analysis in recent weeks but little in t(...)

Central Bank deputy governor Cyril Roux said companies may fail when they engage in poor risk selection. Photograph: Eric Luke

Ireland’s beleaguered general insurers face a round of stress tests next year from the Central Bank, as the loss-making industry grapples with soaring(...)

 Philip Lane, Governor Central Bank: he is  setting up a financial stability directorate and the role of corporate affairs director. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Central Bank Governor Philip Lane is to split the organisation’s key markets supervision division into two units as it deals with a surge of enquiries(...)

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