Central Bank Act, 1989.

Supervision, etc. of financial institutions by Bank.

92.—(1) Every financial institution to which this Chapter applies shall comply with such supervisory and reporting requirements or conditions relating to its business which the Bank considers prudent to impose on it from time to time for the purposes and in the interest of the proper and orderly regulation of the institution or a group of institutions (including the institution) or for the purpose of the development of the Area as an International Financial Services Centre.

(2) The imposition of prudential, supervisory and reporting requirements and conditions by the Central Bank shall not constitute a warranty as to the solvency of entities covered by this section or entities forming part of groups covered by this section and the Bank shall not be liable in respect of any loss incurred through the insolvency or default of any of those parties.