Ireland lifts lid on tough new enforcement approach


The Central Bank of Ireland unveiled a rigorous new regulatory approach in its first standalone enforcement strategy, published Tuesday.

The 27-page document sets out the objectives, philosophy and priorities of the central bank's new Enforcement Directorate. Aside from enforcing the central bank's regulatory decisions through the imposition of sanctions and publicity, the directorate will be tasked with criminal prosecutions, anti-money-laundering and terrorist financing work, dealing with

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