26 Feb 2019, 10.44

The Select Committee on Budgetary Oversight will discuss the potential impact of a disorderly Brexit and other fiscal risks with Central Bank of Ireland economists on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m.

Scheduled witnesses include

  • Mark Cassidy, Director of Economics and Statistics
  • John Flynn, Head of Irish Economic Analysis
  • Thomas Conefrey, Senior Economist

“The Central Bank’s latest Quarterly Bulletin includes an exploration of the potential economic impact of a no-deal Brexit,” said Committee Chairman Colm Brophy TD. “This meeting also provides an important opportunity for the Committee to have a focussed discussion with the Central Bank about broader emerging external fiscal risks as well as the Bank’s latest data and analyses on Brexit.”

The meeting in Committee Room 2 can be viewed live here.

Read the Central Bank’s Quarterly Bulletin Q1 2019 here.

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