Philip Lane, the new Governor of the Central Bank, has said that the Central Bank will increase its transparency by publishing the minutes of the meetings of the Central Bank Commission.  It appears that the minutes will be published about six weeks after each meeting, and will not include the publication of market sensitive financial operations activities or information relating to the supervision of regulated firms. The Governor said that the Central Bank will seek to address its mandate with proactive policies following the lessons learned from the financial crisis, including a vigilant approach to the deployment of macro-prudential policies. The Governor referred to the Central Bank's mortgage rules as a permanent feature and said that the rules could be tightened or loosened where there is significant evidence to warrant it. The first review of the mortgage rules will be published in November. The Governor also stated that the Central Bank intends to build on the progress it has made in recent years in becoming an efficient and effective Central Bank and financial regulator.