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Central Bank falls short of hiring target

Bank likely to fall short of the 1,695 staff mark by year-end

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

13th November, 2016

The Central Bank will fall short of its recruitment target this year, according to one of the regulator’s senior officials.

Gerry Quinn, the bank’s chief operations officer, told its directors that by the end of September the bank’s headcount had risen to 1,640 when staff on maternity leave and interns were included, up from 1,580 in August. But according to the Central Bank’s board minutes released last week, the “jobs market remained buoyant...

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