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Arthur Cox | OECD, Ireland | 12 Oct 2016

AML Update: Department of Finance publishes National Risk Assessment for Ireland

The Department of Finance has published its first National Risk Assessment for Ireland (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (the Risk


Matheson | Ireland | 31 Jul 2016

Central Bank Fitness and Probity - Prohibition Notice

For the first time ever, the Central Bank has exercised its powers of prohibition under the Central Bank Reform Act 2010 (the “2010 Act”). Mr Darren


K&L Gates | Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, etc. | 29 Jul 2016

BritCoin vs BitCoin: Central banks stepping into the digital currency arena

Certain governments around the world are exploring the possibility of central bank issued digital currencies using disturbed ledger technology (DLT)


William Fry | Ireland | 24 May 2016

In Short: New Application Process Model for Retail Intermediaries Introduced by Central Bank

On 24 March 2016, the Central Bank announced the introduction of new Authorisation Process Models for (re)insurance intermediaries designed to ensure


William Fry | Ireland | 24 May 2016

Central Bank Inspection Targets Non-Compliant Retail Insurance Intermediaries

The Central Bank recently announced the outcome of its intensive inspection of 325 retail intermediaries (including insurance intermediaries) that it


Matheson | Ireland | 7 Oct 2011

Central Bank updates minimum competency requirements

The Central Bank has updated its minimum competency requirements in light of its new powers under the Central Bank Reform Act 2010 (the “Act”).


Mason Hayes & Curran | Ireland | 7 Mar 2011

Corporate Governance Code for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings

On 8 November 2010, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") issued the Corporate Governance Code for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings (the "Code") which sets out minimum statutory requirements on how banks and insurance companies should organise the governance of their institutions.


Rodyk & Davidson LLP | Singapore, China | 21 Sep 2010

Recovery Asia

China's has the world's fastest growing economy, having recently eclipsed Japan's to be the second largest after the US.


Matheson | Ireland | 5 Jul 2010

Central Bank and supervision of banks

The Central Bank has published a detailed Strategy Report on "Banking Supervision - Banking Supervision; Our New Approach".


A&L Goodbody | Ireland | 22 Jun 2010

New strategy on banking supervision published

On 21 June the Central Bank published a new strategy on banking supervision in Ireland.

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