The Central Bank’s Consumer Protection Outlook Reports in 2015 and 2016 highlighted firms that are not meeting regulatory obligations as an area of supervisory focus. The Central Bank has announced that its targeted inspection of intermediaries that were not compliant with minimum reporting requirements has resulted in the majority of firms either becoming compliant or revoking their authorisations. In summary: (i) 325 firms that were not meeting minimum regulatory reporting obligations were targeted; (ii) 134 firms have since sought voluntary revocation of their authorisations; and (iii) 171 firms are now meeting reporting obligations.