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McEntee, Shane

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 765 Nbr. 3

Leaders’ Questions

The Taoiseach should remind him of the jobs in Dundalk.More Button

It is about growth and jobs.More Button

Comptroller and Auditor General (Amendment) Bill 2012: Second Stage (Resumed).

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Topical Issue Debate - Financial Services Regulation

I have taken on board everything the Deputy stated and I promise to forward the details to the relevant authorities. Approximately two years ago, I was gob-smacked when discovered the number of pe...More Button

The Central Bank of Ireland has overall responsibility for authorising, regulating and supervising regulated financial service providers. In terms of the provision of mortgages, this includes the ...More Button

A number of measures have been already put in place to protect mortgage holders who are experiencing difficulty with their mortgage repayments. These include the Central Bank code of conduct on mo...More Button

In its report published last autumn, the interdepartmental group on mortgage arrears concluded that the mortgage problem is complex and that in some cases a response other than a forbearance approa...More Button

The Central Bank Reform Act 2010 gave effect to the new fitness and probity regime being introduced on a phased basis by the Central Bank. Under the new regime, the Central Bank may refuse to appr...More Button

Following on from the Central Bank Reform Act 2010, the Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011 was published in July 2011. That Bill draws on the lessons of the recent past in Irelan...More Button

The Government has brought forward several reforms to improve the regulatory system. The provision of mortgages and the protection of consumers remain a core focus of the Government’s attent...More Button

I will bring this matter, particularly the specific lender mentioned, to the attention of the Minister for Finance. In my constituency we have had similar cases of people who did not look at where...More Button