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Irish central bank names acting deputy governor of financial regulation

After Cyril Roux's resignation, the Central Bank of Ireland named Bernard Sheridan acting deputy governor of financial regulation, effective April 8.

Sheridan will assume his interim role in addition to his duties as director of consumer protection. Once the recruitment process for the role of deputy governor has ended, Sheridan will become director of corporate affairs.

Ed Sibley, the director of credit institutions at the central bank, will take Roux's place on the European Central Bank supervisory board, while Gerry Cross, director of policy and risk, will replace Roux on the European Securities and Markets Authority and European Banking Authority board of supervisors in the interim.

The central bank also named Peter Sinnott director of financial operations. Sinnott currently serves as head of the central bank's financial markets division.