Delay in filling quango jobs

The Department of Finance took ten months to make just five new appointments to the seven-member Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal (Ifsat), a little-known quango that hears complaints by financial services companies against the Central Bank.

24th November, 2013

By Jon Ihle

The Department of Finance took ten months to make just five new appointments to the seven-member Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal (Ifsat), a little-known quango that hears complaints by financial services companies against the Central Bank.

The tribunal, which has heard just six cases since being set up in 2007, was reconvened for a five-year term in February after a one-year extension to its initial term.

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