Low levels of diversity in key decision-making roles in banks and financial services firms creates excessive risks and can inhibit necessary cultural change. While some firms are starting to make progress, much more needs to be done to increase diversity. Join Ed Sibley (Deputy Governor of the Central Bank) and a panel of influential speakers to discuss diversity and inclusion.
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Ed Sibley was appointed Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation on 1 September 2017. He is an ex-officio Member of the Central Bank Commission and is also a member of the Supervisory Board of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM). As Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Ed is responsible for leading the supervision of credit institutions, insurance firms and the asset management industry. Prior to this appointment, he was Director of Credit Institutions Supervision, responsible for overseeing the Central Bank's supervisory work for all banks and credit unions operating in Ireland. He joined the Central Bank in 2012 in the Banking Supervision area. Ed has more than 20 years' experience working in the financial services sector. His previous experience includes working for the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA) leading the supervision of European banks operating in the UK; and a variety of risk management roles in Bank of Ireland and PwC. Ed has an MBA from Smurfit Business School, and a first class honours BA Economics degree.
Paula is currently President of Cork Chamber and is Head of Sales for The Doyle Collection an Irish luxury hotel company with 8 hotels located in Ireland/UK and US. The hotel portfolio includes The River Lee in Cork. Paula has for the last 5 years served a Chair of the Cork Chamber Annual Dinner as well as Chair of Cork Chamber 200 working group. She holds a BA and MA from University College Cork and completed a Diploma in International Sales and Marketing with Cornell University in 2016.