Sharon Donnery to step in as acting Central Bank of Ireland governor

Sharon Donnery
Sharon Donnery
European Central Bank

Sharon Donnery is to serve as the acting governor of the Central Bank of Ireland during the gap between the departure of Philip Lane and the arrival of new governor Gabriel Makhlouf.

Though the finance ministry is responsible for governor appointments, the central bank’s commission – its governing body – is tasked with choosing interim governors. It opted for Donnery, who is deputy governor for central banking.

Donnery was one of several candidates interviewed for the governor role, though she

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