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Derville Rowland said  Central Bank is continuing to look at ‘individual accountability’ in relation to the tracker-mortgage scandal as enforcement investigations into lenders continue. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank’s director general for financial conduct said the regulator plans to use its inquiry process “more routinely” to pursue individuals s(...)

Central Bank director general for financial conduct Derville Rowland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Insurers operating in the Irish market have paid out €130 million to date on business interruption claims stemming from the Covid-19 crisis, fuelled b(...)

Central Bank headquarters in Dublin: Colm Kincaid will bring ‘considerable leadership’ to role, it said. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank has appointed Colm Kincaid as its new director of consumer protection with effect from October 1st. Mr Kincaid, who has served as th(...)

No formal bid has yet been made for upmarket retail Brown Thomas though private equity funds are circling. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Ireland’s national broadcaster, RTÉ, faces the prospect of requiring rescue if its acute funding issues are not addressed, the Sunday Independent repo(...)

The Central Bank proposing to ban charging customers higher premiums relative to expected costs the longer they remain with an insurer. Photograph: Getty

The Central Bank plans to ban the widespread practice of motor and home insurers increasing premiums for loyal customers by stealth. However, it stopp(...)

A spokesman for the Central Bank declined to comment on whether anything emerged from the review that has triggered, or may lead to, enforcement investigations, or required it to file reports with An Garda Síochána.

Twenty-five per cent of Iseq-listed companies surveyed under a Central Bank review of compliance with market-abuse rules did not have important lists(...)

Derville Rowland: “The laundering of the proceeds of crime is a key enabler of most serious and organised crime.”  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Borders should not be a barrier to effective global criminal investigations, the Central Bank’s director general of financial conduct Derville Rowland(...)

Davy staff were told by interim chief executive Bernard Byrne: “We have an important duty to our clients to be fair, and we have one chance to reset the agenda.” Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Davy’s interim chief executive, Bernard Byrne, has hired a former colleague and head of customer care at AIB to help in his efforts to rebuild client(...)

One of the parties eyeing up Davy is Bank of Ireland, which is itself mired in a scandal and facing a huge fine. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/

Whatever you might think about the property market, the construction industry behind it has been transformed by the crash. Developers, builders and ot(...)

The full impact of freezing the pension age could be even more severe than the €50 billion estimate. Photograph: iStock

The Government has been warned that freezing the State pension age at 66 will cost the exchequer up to €50 billion over the coming decades, according (...)

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