Department of Finance Governance Framework – November 2017

Audit Committee 2016 Annual Report

Audit Committee Minutes – 2nd October 2017

Audit Committee Minutes – 27th June 2017

Audit Committee Minutes – 11th April 2017

Audit Committee Minutes – 31st January 2017

Housing and Property Sector Chartpack – February 2018

Executive Board Minutes Q4 2017

Exchequer Tax Revenue Profile 2018

Audit Committee Minutes – 5th December 2017

Monthly Economic Bulletin – February 2018

MEB Video

Public Consultation on the Central Bank (National Claims Information Database) Bill

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, invites interested parties to make submissions in relation to the proposed Central Bank (National Claims Information Database) Bill. The objective of this consultation is to seek the views of stakeholders, including insurance undertakings and intermediaries, consumers, other state bodies and interest groups, on the implementation of the Cost of Insurance Working Group’s recommendation to establish a National Claims Information Database to improve the availability of data in the insurance sector.

The consultation period will run until 9th March 2018. Any submissions received after this date may not be considered.

How to Respond:

The preferred means of response is by e-mail to: with the subject line Public Consultation – National Claims Information Database

Alternatively, you may respond by post to:  

Public Consultation – National Claims Information Database
Insurance Division
Room 3.15
Department of Finance
Government buildings
Upper Merrion Street
Dublin 2, D02 K728

Please include contact details if you are responding by post. When responding, please indicate whether you are contributing to the consultation process as a professional adviser, representative body, corporate body or member of the public.


Financial Stability Group Meeting No 8 – 6 November 2017

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Fiscal Monitor – January 2018

Report on the use of intermediary-type structures and self-employment arrangements: Implications for Social Insurance and Tax Revenues – January 2018

Fiscal Data Monthly revenues and expenditures of all subsectors of general government for December 2017

Memorandum of Understanding between the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council and the Department of Finance – January 2018

IFS2020 Action Plan 2018

S.I. No 642 of 2017 – European Communities (Article 11) (Directive 97/9/EC) (Third Country Branches) Regulations 2017

Department of Finance Publications Calendar 2018

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