The Governor of the Central Bank is appointed by the President of Ireland on advice from the Irish government. The Central Bank is organised into directorates which report to the Deputy Governor (Central Banking), the Deputy Governor (Financial Regulation) or the Chief Operations Officer. The Deputy Governors and Chief Operations Officer report to the Governor.
Each directorate is organised into divisions and is headed by a director.
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