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Individuals to be held accountable in regulatory plan
New FOI legislation to cover 70 more bodies
Ombudsman can now be proactive

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Welcome to the Regulatory and Investigations Summer ezine
In this issue we look at the Central Bank's new enforcement strategy, the proposed extension of Freedom of Information legislation, the increased powers of the Ombudsman and more.
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In this issue
Individuals to be held accountable in regulatory plan
The Central Bank of Ireland has revealed in its “Strategic Plan 2013 to 2015” how it proposes to effectively regulate financial institutions in Ireland.  Bríd Munnelly reports.
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New FOI legislation to cover 70 more bodies
The Central Bank of Ireland and NAMA are among a number of public bodies that may soon be required to release records under freedom of information legislation.  Michael Byrne investigates.
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Ombudsman can now be proactive
From 1 May 2013, the Ombudsman can investigate a public body even where no complaint has been made.  Conor Lavelle examines.
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