Fiona Muldoon

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Fiona Muldoon, the director of credit institutions and insurance supervision, became the fourth member of the Central Bank’s senior team to announce their departure this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

To lose one senior executive might be considered unfortunate but to have four depart in short order is bordering on careless by the Central Bank of Ir(...)

The country’s main banks have met their targets for providing solutions to struggling mortgage holders, the Central Bank announced today.However, it r(...)

Fiona Muldoon will step down in May next year.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Central Bank has confirmed that its director of credit institutions and insurance supervision Fiona Muldoon will leave the bank next year. Ms Muld(...)

Fiona Muldoon director of Credit Institutions and Insurance Supervision at the Central Bank: said the single supervisory mechanism would most likely become operational in the fourth quarter of 2014

Finance Correspondent and The new single supervisory mechanism for supervising banks in the euro zone will “introduce a healthy distance” between the(...)

Financial regulator designate Cyril Roux’s CV includes stints with the French treasury, a decade with insurer Axa and the past five years as a senior supervisor for the insurance and banking sectors in France. Photograph: Central Bank of Ireland /PA Wire

Cyril Roux, Ireland’s financial regulator designate, is said to be a keen chess player. It’s a game that requires a strategic nous and this skill coul(...)

An investigation by the Central Bank found Quinn Insurance failed to maintain the required solvency margin. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

In a letter to the Department of Finance last year, businessman Seán Quinn said Quinn Insurance had been placed into administration unnecessarily “on (...)

Money Advice and Budgeting Service: agency wrote to the Central Bank again last week, saying it would not be taking part in pilot project.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A plan designed by the Central Bank to help overstretched borrowers with multiple loans has been thrown into temporary disarray by the unexpected with(...)

 Governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan said talks over a debt deal  seemed to be going well.

At the launch of the Central Bank of Ireland’s annual report on April 30th, Governor Patrick Honohan (pictured above) was asked for an update o(...)

The Central Bank deal will help people who  have built up debts with multiple lenders

Overstretched borrowers could receive a write-down or write-off of some of their debt following an agreement struck yesterday (...)

Fiona Muldoon of the Central Bank: trying to get the various lenders – banks, credit card groups and credit unions – to agree a framework to deal with the loans of borrowers when they get into distress. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There’s a game of chicken taking place between the country’s main banks and credit unions and it has significant implications for borrowers, pa(...)

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