Call for expressions of interest – Central Bank Commission

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The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for two vacant positions on the Commission of the Central Bank of Ireland, which manages and controls the affairs and activities of the Central Bank.

The selection process will be managed by the Public Appointments Service and undertaken in accordance with the Guidelines for Appointments to State Boards, which was published by the Government in November 2014.

To aid the search process, the Public Appointments Service is working with specialists from PWC’s Executive Search function, who were appointed by tender.

Minister Donohoe commented:

“Back in December, I committed to appointing Consumer Champions to the Central Bank Commission, in line with the Central Bank’s request to maximise fully the range and depth of experience on the Central Bank Commission.  This is an independent and transparent process, being run by the Public Appointments Service, seeking high-calibre individuals with the skills to shape how banks interact fairly with their customers.

Candidates who can demonstrate a track record as a senior leader with experience in the areas identified in the public call for expressions of interest are invited to apply.

I hope to finalise these appointments as soon as possible once the selection process has been completed.”

Details on the roles in question, the criteria for applicants, and how to apply can be found at



6 February, 2018