The Central Bank of Ireland will appoint two new senior members of staff in a restructuring of its monetary policy department, it confirmed today (August 27).
Patrick Honohan, governor of the central bank, has made some significant contributions to European policy-making, one analyst said, and the restructuring was likely to help sustain this moving forward.
Appointments to the new posts of head of monetary policy analysis and head of monetary policy international relations will be announced "im
- Turkish central bank carries out emergency rate hike as currency falls
- US House passes deregulation bill with bipartisan support
- Podcast: San Fran Fed’s Daly on gender inequality in central banks
- BoE research says digital currency would ‘strengthen’ policy transmission
- Brazil’s central bank launches fintech laboratory