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Ireland's central bank says goodbye to yet another deputy

Ireland: The head of financial regulation for the Central Bank of Ireland has announced he will be leaving the institution for the private sector.

Deputy governor Cyril Roux will leave the central bank in April, before taking up a new post in September 2017. The central bank did not give specific details of where he was going.

"It has been an exceptional experience to lead financial regulation in Ireland and to be part of the executive leadership of the bank," said Roux. He was responsible for

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