State probe found zero grounds for complaint against Nama
Department of Finance found no evidence that agency’s promotions process was ‘unfair’
The Department of Finance carried out a fact-finding process following a complaint about promotion procedures at Nama, correspondence by its secretary general shows.
The complaint contained an allegation that in recent years transparent procedures in relation to promotions have not been followed in all instances with regard to senior legal positions at the agency.
After engaging with Nama over several months, the department concluded that the agency had “discharged its obligations appropriately,” its secretary general...
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