Klaus Regling

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The many different jackets worn by  German chancellor and leader of the CDU  Angela Merkel  for public appearances.   Photograph: Reuters

Germany’s lacklustre federal election campaign has gone down to the wire as voters decide tomorrow whether to renew their vows with Angela Merkel. Fro(...)

Minister of State Alan Kelly said the Government should not impose unnecessary fiscal burdens on taxpayers. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A disagreement in Government over Ireland’s Budget targets has emerged this morning with two Ministers of State taking varying positions on deficit re(...)

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte

Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte has hardened the Government’s criticism of the troika over its insistence on a €3.1 billion adjustment in Oct(...)

Ibec’s head of policy and chief economist Fergal O’Brien says “Irish taxpayers deserve a break ... plans to increase taxes by €500 million should be dropped”

Business group Ibec has reiterated its call on the Government to drop its plans to increase taxes by €500 million in October’s budget despite warnings(...)

Klaus Regling said that markets would be looking at Ireland’s budgetary progress as the country prepares to exit its bailout programme by the end of the year

Ireland’s adherence to a €3.1 billion fiscal adjustment in October’s budget is an “important next step” for the country, the head of the euro zone’s r(...)

The is the full text of The Irish Times interview with European Stability Mechanism (ESM) managing director Klaus Regling on July 22nd, 2013. PRECAUTI(...)

Klaus Regling, chief executive officer of the European Stability Mechanism. Photograph: Graham Crouch/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Amidst the vast expanse of Luxembourg’s gleaming financial and European district, a new building has quietly taken its place. The European Stability M(...)

Klaus Regling, chief executive of the European Financial Stability Facility, said extending the term of loans to Ireland would ’enhance the confidence of market participants’ and protect Ireland from ’refinancing risks’.
Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) today confirmed that it will extend the maturities of its loans to Ireland and Portugal in the contex(...)

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