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DUBLIN (Reuters) – The Irish central bank’s deputy governor with responsibility for prudential regulation, Ed Sibley, will step down at the end of August to pursue opportunities in the private sector, the bank said on Monday.
Sibley, who became one of two deputy governors at the bank in 2017 after previously overseeing its supervisory work for all banks and credit unions, will immediately step away from frontline regulatory and supervisory responsibilities, the central bank said in a statement.
Irish central bank deputy governor Sibley to step down
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