Plans to merge Ireland's central bank and financial regulator are gathering speed with the two organisations sitting in joint meetings and the central bank appointing a new assistant director general in preparation for forthcoming integration, a spokesperson told CentralBanking.com on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Irish media sources reported that the government, like the central bank, was eager to push on with the merger which was first proposed in June last year. Under the proposals, the regulator an
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