Irish central bank deputy governor Sibley to resign By Reuters

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DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland’s central bank deputy governor for prudential regulation, Ed Sibley, will leave office at the end of August to pursue opportunities in the private sector, the bank said on Monday.

Sibley, who became one of the bank’s two deputy governors in 2017 after overseeing its supervisory work for all banks and credit unions, will immediately step down from front-line regulatory and supervisory responsibilities, said the central bank in a statement.

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