Mike Aynsley calls for ‘deep and thorough’ Project Eagle review

Former IBRC boss says governance and process must be looked at

18th September, 2016
Nama headquarters at the Treasury Building, Dublin 2 Picture: Feargal Ward

Mike Aynsley, the former chief executive of IBRC, has said that a “deep and thorough review” is needed of the controversial sale of Project Eagle by the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).

Aynsley said that, just as the state was looking at the performance of his former bank post-nationalisation, it should also look at how Nama and AIB dealt with their loan books.

“As I have said before, if there is to be...

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