This Policy Statement applies to relevant credit institutions from non-EEA countries intending to directly establish a branch in Ireland. The Policy Statement discusses the expectations of the Central Bank in advance of authorisation (including the manner in which the Central Bank will assess the regulatory regime applicable in the credit institutions' home non-EEA state) and possible requirements post-authorisation, in addition to providing details on the Central Bank's risk appetite.
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