Since 2008 Just Seven in Financial Services Management Disqualif Ied

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Since 2008 Just Seven in Financial Services Management Disqualif Ied


Byline: Aaron Rogan

FINANCE Minister Michael Noonan has revealed only five financial service providers have had directors disqualified since 2008.

Statistics of those disqualified were revealed by Mr Noonan in a written Dail response to Pearse Doherty, Sinn Fein's spokesman on finance, this week.

Details on the Central Bank's website show that of the seven individuals disqualified as financial services managers of regulated institutions, two insurance brokerages, two mortgage service providers and one stock broking firm were deemed to have broken enough rules to have directors disqualified since 2008.

In his response Mr Noonan revealed there were no disqualifications imposed in 2010, 2012 or 2014.

In 2008 two persons were disqualified. One for one year, the other for five years.

In 2009, one person was disqualified for two years. In 2011, two persons were disqualified, one for three years, the other for six months.

In 2013, one person was disqualified for three years and this year one person has been disqualified for 10 years.

Since 2008, the only high-profile disqualification was this month's settlement between the Central Bank and Tadgh Gunnell, the head of finance and compliance with Bloxham Stockbrockers, which was the oldest firm in the country.

Mr Gunnell was disqualified for ten years and fined [euro]105,000 by the Central Bank, three years after Bloxham was liquidated folllowing the discovery of financial irregularities. …

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