The financial industry has rounded sharply on Central Bank deputy governor Matthew Elderfield in recent weeks, criticising the Financial Regulator for failing to align the institution's new three-year agenda with government policy for the sector.
Industry representatives have also complained that Elderfield has failed to move the Central Bank's agenda forward and is losing impetus after three years of high-tempo emergency action, radical reform and large-scale hiring.
The disquiet stems from consultation meetings, held over...
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