NTMA officials to face Oireachtas finance committee

Officials from the NTMA are to come before the Oireachtas finance committee tomorrow to face questions on Ireland’s borrowing requirements and debt sustainability.

23rd January, 2013

Officials from the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) are to come before the Oireachtas finance committee tomorrow to face questions on Ireland’s borrowing requirements and debt sustainability.

NTMA chief executive John Corrigan, Oliver Whelan, its director of funding and debt management and Brendan Murphy, its director of finance, will all attend the Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform.

Committee chairman Ciaran Lynch said the officials will be asked about the current state...

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