The Central Bank Reform Act 2010 created a single unitary body, the Central Bank of Ireland, responsible for both central banking and financial regulation. The Act commenced on October 1st 2010. This structure replaced the previous related entities, the Financial Services Authority of Ireland, the Financial Regulator and the Central Bank. The Central Bank of Ireland is the financial services regulator of Ireland. Some of the objectives of the Central Bank if Ireland are to ensure the best interests of consumers of financia services are protected, to provide independent economic advice and high quality financial statistics and to ensure efficient financial services infrastructure to the economy.
31st Dec 20 Source: CRO
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