Publications 

The Central Bank produces a number of publications which reflect the work of the organisation.   You can navigate to the category of publication you are looking for from the left navigation bar on this page. 

Our economics publications include quarterly assessments of the Irish economy (Quarterly Bulletins), in-depth economic research of a technical nature (Research Technical Papers), essays on economic issues of national or international interest (Economic Letters) and assessments of financial stability (Macro-Financial Reviews).  

Our Insurance Statistical Data is also available in this section and in the Corporate Publications category you can find a number of publications including our Annual Reports and our Strategic Plans.  

   Publications - [Displaying most recent 15]
DateTitle and Description
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.228/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.2
House price volatility: The role of different buyer types - Dermot Coates, Reamonn Lydon & Yvonne McCarthy
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.328/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.3
Assessing the impact of macroprudential measures - Mary Cussen, Martin O’Brien, Luca Onorante & Gerard O’Reilly
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.428/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.4
Macro-prudential measures and the housing market - Gerard Kennedy & Rebecca Stuart
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.114/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.1
Interpreting data for Ireland in international banking statistics- Dermot Coates, Mary Everett, Joe McNeill and Aoife Molone
Financial Incentive Agreement between Central Bank of Ireland and Tralee Credit Union Ltd22/12/2014Financial Incentive Agreement between Central Bank of Ireland and Tralee Credit Union Ltd
Financial Incentive Agreement between Central Bank of Ireland and Tralee Credit Union Ltd pertaining to the transfer of Killorglin Credit Union.
SME Market Report 2014H217/12/2014SME Market Report 2014H2
SME Market Report 2014H2
Macro-Financial Review 2014.215/12/2014Macro-Financial Review 2014.2
 
Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 1410/12/2014Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 14
Do first time buyers default less? Implications for macro-prudential policy - Robert Kelly, Terry O'Malley & Conor O'Toole
Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Provident Personal Credit Limited trading as Provident01/12/2014Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Provident Personal Credit Limited trading as Provident
The Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) has fined a licenced moneylender, Provident Personal Credit Limited t/a Provident (the “Firm”) €105,000, and reprimanded it for breaches of legislation relating to certain moneylending practices. The Central Bank’s investigations found serious breaches with regulatory requirements aimed at protecting consumers. These findings have been accepted by the Firm as part of the settlement agreement between the Central Bank and the Firm.
Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 1324/11/2014Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 13
Loan loss forecasting: a methodological overview - Edward Gaffney, Robert Kelly, Paul Lyons & Fergal McCann
Research Technical Paper 16RT14  24/11/2014Research Technical Paper 16RT14
A transitions-based framework for estimating expected credit losses by Edward Gafney, Robert Kelly & Fergal McCann
Research Technical Paper 17RT1424/11/2014Research Technical Paper 17RT14
A transitions-based model of loan default for Irish mortgages by Robert Kelly and Terence O'Malley
Research Technical Paper 18RT14  24/11/2014Research Technical Paper 18RT14
Modelling default transitions in the UK mortgage market by Fergal McCann
Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 1221/11/2014Economic Letter - Vol 2014, No. 12
Central Bank Minutes - Danielle Kedan and Rebecca Stuart
Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank Ireland Limited12/11/2014Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Ulster Bank Ireland Limited
The Central Bank of Ireland fined Ulster Bank Ireland Limited €3,500,000 and reprimanded it in relation to IT and governance failings that resulted in approximately 600,000 customers being deprived of essential and basic banking services over a 28 day period during June and July 2012. The fine and reprimand are in addition to a redress scheme required and overseen by the Central Bank under which the Firm has paid approximately €59 million to affected customers