Ireland’s Murphy marshals industry in support of harmonised regulation


Gareth Murphy, the Central Bank of Ireland's director of markets supervision, yesterday urged members of the financial services industry to throw their weight behind efforts to better harmonise regulation.

Speaking at a gathering of asset managers in London, Murphy said there were many reasons to favour harmonised regulation – and said surveys of asset managers suggested they agreed. But, he warned, "this is an issue that needs political impetus". "Industry has a significant role here in pushing

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