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    Default Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Announced this afternoon that she'll be leaving in May. A pity, given that she was the closest thing to a bad cop that the CB has when dealing with the bank sector.
    There's been quite an exodus recently with Matthew Elderfield, Lars Frisell, Peter Oakes and Jonathan McMahon all having left in recent months.
    It could be that it's a good time to get out before the stress tests reveal further black holes in the banks next year.

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    Default Re: Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Announced this afternoon that she'll be leaving in May. A pity, given that she was the closest thing to a bad cop that the CB has when dealing with the bank sector.
    what are the chances?

    Private sector beckons I presume

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    Default Re: Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Oh dear.
    "The floggings will continue until morale improves "

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    Default Re: Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Six months later and the CB still hasn't found a replacement for Lars Frisell. Obviously it's the crappy Irish weather that's putting people off applying for the job.


    Mr Frisell left the Central Bank in March to take up a job with the International Monetary Fund's Africa training institute in Mauritius.His post was advertised globally after his resignation was announced in November, with the closing date for applications in early December.








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    A spokeswoman for the Central Bank confirmed that the top job has still not been filled. The process remains open and deputy governor Stefan Gerlach has assumed Mr Frisell's responsibilities while the process continues, she said. However, it is understood an appointment is not imminent.
    Mr Frisell's resignation was the latest in a series of high-profile departures after former financial regulator Matthew Elderfield left early last year to take up a post with Lloyds Bank in London. Fiona Muldoon, who was the bank's No 3 and director of credit institutions and insurance, also announced in November that she was leaving.
    Mr Elderfield's decision to leave was announced just months after his former deputy Jonathan McMahon also left the bank. Mr McMahon left the Central Bank after two years in 2012 and is now a partner and global head of bank restructuring and regulation at Mazars.
    - See more at: http://www.independent.ie/business/i....GAvE5snc.dpuf
    http://www.independent.ie/business/i...-30366272.html

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    Default Re: Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Would they let the PW Mods do it ?
    “ We cannot withdraw our cards from the game. Were we as silent and mute as stones, our very passivity would be an act. ”
    — Jean-Paul Sartre

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    Default Re: Fiona Muldoon to leave the Central Bank

    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    Would they let the PW Mods do it ?
    Actually, I could use a well paid job 😉


    "The floggings will continue until morale improves"
    "The floggings will continue until morale improves "

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    Plenty of room for us all -

    Figures reveal more than 130 job vacancies at Central Bank -

    Concern has been expressed about the high turnover of staff at the Central Bank after it emerged there are currently 133 outstanding job vacancies at the bank.
    In response to a Dáil question from Fianna Fáil’s finance spokesman Michael McGrath, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan confirmed the majority of the vacancies - 72 of the 133 - were in the regulation area.
    http://www.irishtimes.com/business/s...bank-1.1821642
    Thomas Jefferson : Banking Establishments are More Dangerous to our Liberties than Standing Armies.

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