Legislation applicable to the Industry Funding Levy 

Every year, a delegate of the Central Bank Commission signs into law a statutory instrument (‘the Regulations’) which sets out the framework for that year’s levying process and the basis on which individual financial service providers’ levies will be calculated. 

From that date, all financial service providers are liable to pay an annual levy as specified in the Regulations.

Statutory Instruments

Download a copy of the Statutory Instrument documents for more detailed information on the background of this legislation. 

S.I. No. 345 of 2020 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2020
S.I. No. 445 of 2018 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2018
S.I. No. 442 of 2017 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2017
S.I. No 508 of 2016 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2016   
S.I. No 429 of 2015 Central Bank Act 1972 (Section 32D) Regulations 2015   
S.I. No 335 of 2014 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2014   
S.I. No 359 of 2013 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2013   
S.I. No 350 of 2012 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2012   
S.I. No 478 of 2011 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 32D) Regulations 2011   
S.I. No 487 of 2010 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J and 33K) Regulations 2010   
S.I. No 300 of 2009 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J and 33K) Regulations 2009   
S.I. No 297 of 2008 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J and 33K) Regulations 2008 
S.I. No 598 of 2008 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J) Regulations 2008 (Supplementary Levy)   
S.I. No 294 of 2007 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J and 33K) Regulations 2007   
S.I. No 388 of 2006 Central Bank Act 1942 (Section 33J and 33K) Regulations 2006