Central Bank of Ireland head supervisor quits


The Central Bank of Ireland is set to lose its third senior staff member in a year after Fiona Muldoon, director of credit institutions and insurance supervision, announced her resignation on Friday.

Muldoon joined the central bank in 2010 and said it was a "privilege" to have worked on the "pressing economic and regulatory issues of the day". She will step down on May 1.

Her announcement follows the news that the central bank's chief economist, Lars Frisell, will leave to join the International

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