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Losing Gareth Murphy is a headache, but it could get worse for Philip Lane

28th August, 2016

The resignation of Gareth Murphy from the Central Bank is just the latest departure from the top team hired to clear up the mess in the wake of the financial crisis.

The big question in financial circles in Dublin last week was: just where will Murphy, the director of markets supervision, end up? The Central Bank’s statement said that the former JP Morgan and Bank of England banker would be in Dame Street until November,...

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