Elderfield could be replaced at Central Bank by outside candidate

Speculation is growing that an outsider will be appointed to replace Matthew Elderfield as deputy governor in charge of financial regulation at the Central Bank.

3rd August, 2013

Speculation is growing that an outsider will be appointed to replace Matthew Elderfield as deputy governor in charge of financial regulation at the Central Bank. The job is a vital one, as the incumbent effectively takes charge of the regulation of the entire Irish financial sector.

Elderfield, who has been with the bank since January 2010, is leaving to take up a position at a British bank. Final negotiations are understood to be underway with...

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