Major regulatory shake-up to follow Neary departure

The decision of Financial Regulator Patrick Neary to resign at the end of this month came amid conflicting claims on whether he had been informed of the controversial loans worth €87 million to directors at Anglo Irish Bank last January

10th January, 2009

The decision of Financial Regulator Patrick Neary to resign at the end of this month came amid conflicting claims on whether he had been informed of the controversial loans worth €87 million to directors at Anglo Irish Bank last January.

Following the controversy, a major shake-up of the financial regulatory structure is now due to be announced by Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Finance, within weeks. Lenihan has indicated that he will take the lead...

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