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Whistleblowers allege 237 breaches of financial rules

The number of people complaining of alleged regulatory wrongdoing has risen significantly each year since introduction of new laws in 2014

9th June, 2019

More than 230 allegations of wrongdoing across the financial services industry have been made by whistleblowers over the past four years, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

The number of people complaining to the Central Bank about alleged regulatory wrongdoing or breaches of legislation has increased significantly each year since the introduction of new laws in 2014.

The Protected Disclosures Act was introduced in July 2014 to protect people who raise concerns about possible wrongdoing in the workplace.

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