Ireland central bank proposes changes to regulatory reporting


The Central Bank of Ireland published a consultation paper on May 28, which sets out proposals for a new online reporting system for Irish authorised collective investment schemes.

The proposals seek to improve the overall supervisory process by assisting the central bank in measuring systemic risk, allowing it to track trends that may warrant reform, promoting more timely analysis of regulatory returns and making the reporting process more efficient overall.

The paper suggests the new online

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