Ireland's long awaited financial regulator arrives

m>The Irish government has launched the new Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland. Described as a historic day by the governor, John Hurley, the new Authority will establish a code of conduct for banks, building societies, insurers and brokers.

Source: BizWorld

The Government has launched the long-awaited new watchdog for the banking and insurance sector, the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority (IFSRA).

The Authority will establish a code of conduct for banks, buildi

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