NTMA’s semi-state watchdog boss to step down

20th January, 2019

The NTMA executive who oversees the strategy for Ireland’s leading semi-state companies, a role created in the wake of Ireland’s IMF-led bailout, has decided to step down from the role, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Eileen Fitzpatrick, who heads up the NewEra unit within the NTMA, is believed to be planning to leave in the coming months and will be replaced by an NTMA colleague Cathy Bryce, a former AIB and...

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