KILLARNEY Chamber of Tourism and Commerce has organised a breakfast briefing with the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ed Sibley, for next Friday morning.
He will speak on the Central Bank’s role in the financial system and the specific challenges posed by Brexit.
Mr Sibley will also take questions from those in attendance on topics of interest and the buffet breakfast briefing will take place in the Brehon Hotel from 7.45am.
Mr Sibley, who will be in town to address the Killarney Economic Conference, also at The Behon, was appointed Deputy Governor in 2017. He is an ex-officio member of the Central Bank Commission and is also a member of the supervisory board of the ECB’s Single Supervisory Mechanism.
He is responsible for leading the supervision of banks, credit unions, insurance firms and the asset management industry in Ireland. Prior to this appointment, he was responsible for overseeing the Central Bank’s supervisory work for all banks and credit unions operating in Ireland.
He joined the Central Bank in 2012 and his previous experience includes working for the UK Financial Services Authority, leading the supervision of European banks operating in the UK, and a variety of risk management roles in Bank of Ireland and PwC.
Mr Sibley has an MBA from Smurfit Business School, and a first-class honours degree in Economics.
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