The Central Bank of Ireland on Thursday proposed regulations that will force firms to take stricter measures when providing financial products to customers, in order to protect the public.
The central bank released a consultation paper outlining amendments and additions to the Statutory Consumer Protection Code for regulated firms. The code applies to a host of financial firms including banks, investment firms, credit institutions, and insurance and mortgage intermediaries. It excludes instituti
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