Ireland’s financial regulator quits central bank


Matthew Elderfield, the Central Bank of Ireland's deputy governor for financial regulation, today announced his departure from the central bank.

In a statement, the central bank said Elderfield had left "to pursue other interests". Elderfield implied he felt the most important part of his work at the central bank was done, saying he felt he and his team had built "a strong regulator" and "set Ireland on a path to financial stability".

Governor Patrick Honohan said Elderfield took up the role at

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