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NTMA to pay Goldman Sachs almost €8m in fees

Global investment bank Goldman Sachs is in line to earn fees of almost €8 million for advice to the National Treasury Management Agency on the recapitalisation of the four remaining financial institutions under its supervision.

16th July, 2011

Global investment bank Goldman Sachs is in line to earn fees of almost €8 million for advice to the National Treasury Management Agency on the recapitalisation of the four remaining financial institutions under its supervision.

According to replies to parliamentary questions, Goldman Sachs International - a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs, and roughly approximating to its British and European business, say insiders - was appointed following a competitive tender process.

Goldman executives will advise on the...

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