Speech by J Hurley, Ireland's central bank, 9 Apr

SPEECH - In his first public speech since assuming the governor's role, Mr Hurley signalled the need for some refinement of existing regulation following the fraud at AIB's US subsidiary, Allfirst. The Bank has serious concerns about controls that failed to detect the fraud over a five-year period.

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Speech by John Hurley, Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, to the Third Annual Finance Dublin Conference, Dublin, 9

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