Ireland's Hurley on the role of the central bank

In a speech on 'The role of the central bank and the current issues being considered by the Financial Services Regulator' given on 1 June, John Hurley of the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland put the role of the Central Bank in context by describing the new regulatory structures that are now in place following the establishment of the new Financial Services Regulator and our own restructuring last year.

"On the first of May 2003 the Central Bank and Financial Services

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