Ireland appoints interim Central Bank governor

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Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Philip Lane, delivers a speech during the conference Finance Disintermediation and the Future of the Banking Sector' held in Madrid.

Ireland appoints interim Central Bank governor


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The Irish Central Bank has appointed Sharon Donnery as acting governor from 1 June to the end of August, a period of time that will cover the nomination of its new treasury chief, the New Zealand-born top treasury department official, Gabriel Makhlouf.   

Makhlouf will come into office on 1 September, exactly three months after current Central Bank Governor, Philip Lane, leaves to take up a new role at the European Central Bank.

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