Conference to discuss future of Irish financial regulation

Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan is to give the keynote address at an upcoming conference on Ireland's new structures of financial regulation.

Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan is to give the keynote address at an upcoming conference on Ireland's new structures of financial regulation.

The conference, hosted by the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI) will be taking place on November 23 at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Dublin.

'New Compliance Realities - The Future of Regulation and Compliance in a Changed Risk Landscape' will also feature a host of both Irish and international experts, including Matthew B. Pachman, vice president of compliance ethics and business practices, Freddie Mac, USA; Revenue Commissioners chairman Josephine Feehily; David Went, chairman Industry Consultation Panel, Financial Regulator and former CEO of Irish Life; EBS chief executive Fergus Murphy and Irish Banking Federation chief executive Patrick Farrell.

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