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Large turnout for Matheson seminar on Central Bank enforcement

AUTHOR(S): Joe Beashel
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Regulatory Risk Management and Compliance, Financial Regulation
DATE: 13.11.2013

Matheson’s breakfast seminar “An Overview of Enforcement in the Central Bank” on 12 November 2013 saw a large turnout.

Attendees heard from expert speakers including Derville Rowland, the Central Bank of Ireland’s Director of Enforcement, as well as two Central Bank enforcement solicitors, Seana Cunningham and Claire O'Brien. The audience included over 100 compliance professionals, in-house counsel and banking executives. The topics discussed included the Administrative Sanctions Procedure, Inquiry Guidelines and Administrative Sanctions Procedure cases.

Joe Beashel, head of the regulatory risk management and compliance team at Matheson, said “We were delighted to host such a topical seminar. It provided valuable insight at a time when the Central Bank’s approach to enforcement is undergoing significant changes.”

If you have any queries in relation to the seminar, please contact Joe Beashel.

Seminar "An Overview of Enforcement in the Central Bank", 12 November 2013Pictured at the seminar are expert speakers Claire O'Brien, Central Bank enforcement solicitor, Joe Beashel, head of the regulatory risk management and compliance team at Matheson, Derville Rowland, Central Bank Director of Enforcement and Seana Cunningham, Central Bank enforcement solicitor. The seminar was held on 12 November at Matheson’s Dublin office.

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