Legal Notices

Inquiry Hearings

Information regarding inquiry hearings relating to the Central Bank can be found here.

Prohibition Notices

If the Central Bank has formed the opinion that an individual is not of appropriate fitness and probity to perform a controlled function, then the Central Bank may issue a Prohibition Notice prohibiting an individual from performing a controlled function for a specified period or indefinitely.  Further, the Central Bank has a statutory discretion to publish a Prohibition Notice where it is deemed necessary for the purposes of the Central Bank Reform Act 2010.  See here for public statements about prohibition notices.

Settlement Agreements

If the Central Bank suspects on reasonable grounds that a regulated entity is committing or has committed a contravention of financial services law, the Central Bank may enter into an agreement with the regulated entity to resolve the matter.  See here for public statements relating to settlement agreements.

Irish Financial Services Appeals Tribunal (IFSAT) Decisions

IFSAT is an independent tribunal which hears and determines appeals brought against certain decisions of the Central Bank. IFSAT publishes its previous decisions on its website here.