Wednesday April 1, 2020

Central Bank chief warns of 'harder' Brexit risk

Banks 'well capitalised but still vulnerable', says Lane

2nd August, 2016
Central Bank Governor Philip Lane. Pic:

The Governor of the Central Bank has warned that Ireland is especially vulnerable to a deterioration in international financial sentiment in the coming months as the shape of a new relationship between Britain and the EU becomes clearer.

The Central Bank chief welcomed a recent a recent broadly favourable assessment of Ireland's financial sector by the International Monetary Fund, and announced the establishment of a new internal advisory committee to look at the design of...

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