Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act 2014 (FOI Act) was enacted on 14 October 2014. This Act provides that every person has the following legal rights:
- the right to access records held by FOI bodies (as defined in the FOI Act applied);
- the right to have personal information held on them by an FOI body corrected or updated where such information is incomplete, incorrect or misleading; and
- the right to be given reasons for decisions taken by FOI bodies that affect them.
The FOI Act applied to the SBCI from 14 April 2015 enabling members of the public to seek access to the following records held by the SBCI (or held by the NTMA on the SBCI’s behalf):
- records relating to personal information held on them no matter when the record was created; and
- other records created on or after 21 April 2008
The FOI Act can be accessed on the Oireachtas website.
What is Freedom of Information (FOI)?
How does FOI work?
How can I make an FOI request to the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI)?
Can I get access to any information that I seek?
Records that you can seek having regard to the lists above include:
Is there a charge for getting information under the FOI Act?
List of Fees
What if I am not satisfied with the decision on my FOI request?
What if I am not satisfied with the decision on internal review?
Can I get help in making a request?
Do I need to make a FOI request to get information from the SBCI?