Thursday October 22, 2020

A hell of a lot for Roux to do

When Cyril Roux arrives in Dame Street next month, he'll have to hit the ground running, writes Jon Ihle.

24th August, 2013
Cyril Roux faces some very difficult tasks in his new role at the Central Bank. Photo: Feargal Ward

Being Matthew Elderfield's successor as head of financial regulation in October 2013 is certainly easier than being Matthew Elderfield when he joined in October 2009. But new appointment Cyril Roux, who is joining the Central Bank from the French financial supervisor in just over a month, still has a full docket.

The new deputy governor will not only have to maintain the high tempo of regulatory reform - especially of the banking sector - initiated by Elderfield...

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