The Central Bank of Ireland stepped up the communications campaign around its proposed macro-prudential measures today, releasing two more research articles in the policy area.
On January 27 the central bank announced new regulations on residential mortgage lending in Ireland, building on the consultation document it released in October.
The final rules feature some relief for first-time buyers. Initially the central bank planned to restrict the amount of mortgages banks could issue with a loan-
- Bank of Mexico admits $15.2 million went missing in cyber heist
- Is this the beginning of a new era of credit risk management technology?
- Argentina rescue advances as emerging markets suffer outflows
- BoE research says digital currency would ‘strengthen’ policy transmission
- Artificial intelligence: The future of regulation?