#InPictures: Law Society hosts Central Bank consultation

#InPictures: Law Society hosts Central Bank consultation

Pictured (left–right): Teri Kelly, director of representation and member services at the Law Society; Peter Gallagher, head of enforcement advisory at the Central Bank; Maura Derivan, president of the Law Society; Derville Rowlan, deputy governor, consumer and investor protection at the Central Bank; Mark Garrett, director-general of the Law Society; and Gina Fitzgerald, head of financial risk and governance policy at the Central Bank

Over 160 solicitors attended the Law Society of Ireland and the Central Bank of Ireland’s joint event on new regulations earlier this week.

The “Enhanced governance, performance and accountability in financial services – the Individual Accountability Framework” event took place at Blackhall Place on Monday 17 April 2023.

The Central Bank’s deputy governor Derville Rowland joined the Law Society’s president Maura Derivan and director-general Mark Garrett in addressing the event, which focused on introducing key aspects of the Central Bank’s new individual accountability framework.

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