Posts Tagged ‘Central Bank’

Farrell expresses concern and shock at liquidation of Rush & Lusk Credit Union

2nd November 2016

Farrell expresses concern and shock at liquidation of Rush & Lusk Credit Union

Exemption from new Central Bank mortgage rules for those in negative equity

3rd February 2015

Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell has said it is positive that the new mortgage guidelines issued by the Central Bank do not apply fully to those who already own a house and are in negative equity and that at least some flexibility […]

Central Bank regulations should ensure property market is accessible to first-time buyers

14th January 2015

“As we await an imminent decision from the Central Bank on new mortgage rules, I am hopeful that we will see some changes to the original proposal to ensure that mortgages remain accessible to first-time buyers” says Alan Farrell, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal. […]

The Central Bank must adopt a cautious approach to mortgage lending restrictions

9th October 2014

Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal and Member of the Oireachtas Committee for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Alan Farrell has urged caution in relation to the new mortgage lending measures proposed by the Central Bank. “Having reviewed the proposals outlined in the Consultation Paper […]