Matthew Elderfield's successor as deputy governor and head of financial regulation at the Central Bank is likely to be an insider due to financial constraints which are making it difficult to attract applicants from overseas, according to sources familiar with the matter.
The process to appoint a replacement for Elderfield, who is leaving his post in September to take up a senior compliance role at Lloyds Banking Group in London, has advanced in recent weeks...
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