Matthew Elderfield on re-shaping Ireland’s regulatory system

April 4, 2011

Matthew ElderfieldMatthew Elderfield, Head of Financial Regulation at the Central Bank of Ireland, will lay out his vision for a new Irish regulatory landscape at a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker on Wednesday 6 April.

‘Ireland: Re-shaping the Regulatory and Banking System’ will be hosted by Reuters’ Jodie Ginsberg, UK and Ireland Editor, and will be streamed live to the Reuters UK website as part of our rolling coverage from 0830 BST.

We’re also giving you the chance to submit a question to be put to Elderfield during the Newsmaker. If you have a question on Ireland’s banking and regulatory set-up, then you can leave it as a comment on this page, via our Twitter feed using the hashtag #askelderfield or on our Facebook page.

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The major problem for all regulatory regimes in the world is how to prevent the overweening politicians from interfering with the regulatory process, not just in the financial industry but also all industry sectors that are subject to a regulatory regime.

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