A group of Irish business leaders have called for the Central Bank to be partly stripped of its consumer protection mandate in response to the national insurance crisis.
An insurance sub-committee of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year alumni group, which includes hotelier Liam Griffin and Pat McDonagh of Supermacs, said the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) was a “more natural fit for regulation” of the insurance sector from a “consumer protection point of...
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