Sharon Donnery

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 Deputy Governor of Central Bank Sharon Donnery

The Central Bank has said it plans to challenge firms over their lack of diversity at board and management levels and has linked the issue to the kin(...)

The Central Bank bulletin flags that non-performing loans remain a major source of economic vulnerability. Photograph: Alan Betson

The owners of more than 14,000 homes that are in long-term arrears in Ireland could lose their properties, according to the Central Bank. Some 28,0(...)

European Central Bank  president Mario Draghi in Brussels, Belgium. For the first time, the banking supervisor laid down time limits for how quickly lenders should set aside capital for loans that turn bad. Photograph: Reuters

The European Central Bank told banks they will need to be tougher in dealing with bad loans as euro zone lenders continue to grapple with soured debts(...)

Philip Lane. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Failure to secure the vice-presidency of the European Central Bank will have been a blow to the ambitions of Central Bank governor Philip Lane, though(...)

Paschal Donohoe declined to say who might succeed Prof Lane in the event of his moving to the ECB. Photograph: Collins

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has pledged to throw the “full weight” of Ireland’s diplomatic services to secure the European Central Bank vice-pres(...)

Philip Lane, governor of the Central Bank: Mr Lane would also be seen as a strong contender for the job of ECB chief economist. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe is to update the Cabinet on Tuesday on whether he will nominate an Irish candidate for the post of ECB vice-presi(...)

Central Bank of Ireland governor Philip Lane (left) with deputy governor Sharon Donnery. Both are tipped for key roles with the European Central Bank. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Government is facing an interesting game of poker, as a string of top jobs come up at the European Central Bank over the next two years. The first(...)

The Central Bank said the final deal was still subject to complex negotiations, which could swing in different directions.

Brexit continues to pose a serious risk to the Irish economy despite last week’s apparent deal on the Irish Border, the Economic and Social Research I(...)

Despite a global economic recovery that continues to strengthen, the review highlights a range of risks to the Irish economy and financial system.

The Central Bank has rejected criticism that its overly cautious approach to regulation was hampering the State’s ability to attract post-Brexit busin(...)

Central Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

An important strategic consideration for Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe in framing next week’s budget is the reliability of different strands of (...)

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