Department of Finance appoints John Hogan as new banking policy supervisor
THE Department of Finance has tapped a career civil servant to oversee banking policy.
John Hogan will serve as the department’s first head of banking policy in the department’s financial services division, the department said in a statement today.
Mr Hogan will be responsible for developing and delivering policy in key policy areas such as credit and lending to companies, mortgage arrears and consumer issues.
The new post was created as part of a revamp of the department announced by recently appointed secretary general John Moran.
Mr Hogan was has served in the financial service division since 2009 and previously worked in the financial stability section.
The civil servant has experience of financial services issues at EU level having worked in Brussels for a number of years, the department added.