Irish regulator’s pay “rubs salt in the wounds”

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Six hundred employees of Ireland's Central Bank and Financial Services Authority will strike on Friday over a dispute concerning pensions.

The workers, who are members of Unite, a British and Irish trade union, said they were frustrated over withdrawal of negotiations concerning a public-sector pension levy, which has been adopted by the central bank.

The union also expressed disgust at the reported €400,000 ($599,000) annual salary that will be paid to Matthew Elderfield, the ex-chief of the Be

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