The Central Bank's Corporate Governance Requirements for Captive Insurance and Captive Reinsurance Undertakings (2015) imposes minimum core standards upon all captive insurance undertakings and captive reinsurance undertakings which meet certain criteria.
An FAQ on the Requirements can be accessed on the Central Bank of Ireland's website here.
The Central Bank Corporate Governance Requirements for Insurance Undertakings 2015 apply to insurance undertakings with effect from 1 January 2016.
The Corporate Governance Code for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings 2013 was split in November 2015 and renamed to provide for requirements for Insurance Undertakings and Credit Institutions separately.
The Central Bank Corporate Governance Requirements for Credit Institutions imposes minimum core standards upon all credit institutions licensed or authorised by the Central Bank.
The Requirements apply to credit institutions with effect from 11 January 2016.
The Corporate Governance Code for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings 2013 has been split and renamed to provide for requirements for Credit Institutions and Insurance Undertakings separately.
Fitness and Probity Standards (2014) (Code issued under Section 50 of the 2014 Central Bank Reform Act 2010)
The Central Bank introduced a new Fitness and Probity Regime on 1st December 2011 for all regulated financial service providers (RFSPs) other than credit unions.
This 2014 Code specifies the Standards of Fitness and Probity which all persons performing controlled functions or pre-approval controlled functions (except where those functions are performed in and on behalf of Credit Unions) shall, at a minimum, comply with.
The IFIA Corporate Governance Code For Fund Service Providers is a voluntary code aimed at providing the board of directors of Administrators, Custodians and Depositaries, authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, with a framework for good practice of corporate governance and oversight.