In a speech at a Centre for Economic Policy Research History Symposium Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Sharon Donnery announced a public call for evidence by the Central Bank on the impact of its macroprudential mortgage rules The evidence can be submitted from 15 June until 10 August 2016 and will feed into a Central Bank analysis of the performance of the measures so far ahead of a review of the mortgage measures in November. In her speech the Deputy Governor took the opportunity to highlight the original rationale for introducing these mortgage measures and stressed that the evidence threshold for any change in these measures would need to be high. Deputy Governor Donnery also gave an interview to the Sunday Independent recently echoing similar sentiments
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Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland emphasises the importance of macroprudential mortgage rules
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