Irish Banking Culture Board Survey

The Establishment Office of the Irish Banking Culture Board are currently engaged in a process designed to shape the purpose, structure and initial ways of working of a new independent Irish Banking Culture Board (IBCB) which is set to be established by Spring 2019. It is their intention to give the public a voice in shaping how the IBCB should be constituted and how it should work.


A public consultation to inform the establishment of the IBCB is now open at The online consultation provides an opportunity for the public to share opinions on the qualities and experience they deem most important for the Board’s membership, the priority areas that its work programme should focus on and how the body should engage with key stakeholders, such as bank customers, the wider public and Government.


The online survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete, depending on individual’s answers and closes on 10 December.


SFA members’ views can have a real and tangible influence on the purpose and structure of the IBCB and how it should carry out its work, so we encourage you to take part. The findings of the national consultation will be published in a report ahead of the establishment of the IBCB in Spring 2019.

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