Central Bank's markets supervision chief resigns

Gareth Murphy joined bank at height of financial crisis

22nd August, 2016
Central Bank of Ireland loses director of markets supervision. Pic: Rollingnews.ie

The Central Bank has announced the resignation of its director of markets supervision Gareth Murphy, though he will remain with the bank until November.

Murphy said it was now time for him to move on after eight years dealing with issues related to the financial crisis and its aftermath at both the Central Bank of Ireland and the Bank of England.

"The last six years has been a period of unprecedented change at the Central...

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