The Central Bank today announced that it has made three new appointments at assistant director general (ADG) level.
Brady has been appointed ADG for policy and risk, Bernard Sheridan has been appointed ADG for consumer protection and Gerry Quinn has been appointed chief information officer.
Patrick Brady was the head of insurance supervision at the Financial Regulator since 2006 where he had responsibility for the prudential supervision of 190 Insurance undertakings and the development and implementation of a regulatory regime for 160 re-insurance undertakings.
Sheridan has worked with the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland since 1985 across a range of divisions.
Quinn joins the Central Bank from eircom where he spent the last seven years as chief information officer/ IT director.
The Central Bank said that it is continuing its external search for two further ADG positions for its enforcement and for markets supervision.
It will also shortly advertise vacancies at head of function level arising from recent transfers and restructuring.