Saturday November 28, 2020

Regulator to get €150,000 pay rise

The new head of the restructured Financial Regulator will be paid more than €400,000 a year - almost €150,000 more than his predecessor.

21st November, 2009

The new head of the restructured Financial Regulator will be paid more than €400,000 a year - almost €150,000 more than his predecessor.

Matthew Elderfield will take up the post of head of financial supervision at the Central Bank in early January. He will replace Mary O’Dea, who has been acting chief executive of the Financial Regulator since Patrick Neary retired as regulator last February.

The Sunday Business Post has learned the Elderfield,...

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