Irish central bank announces major internal reorganisation

Governor Philip Lane. Photo: Jason Clarke
Central Bank of Ireland

The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) will carry out a major internal restructuring, it has announced, creating a new department responsible for macro-prudential policy and expanding the number of market supervision departments.

The central bank's market supervision department will be split into two new departments: an asset management supervision directorate; and a securities and markets directorate. The current director of market supervision, Gareth Murphy, will leave the CBI in November, he

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