New witness to give testimony for state’s Project Eagle report
Witness had previously declined to assist investigation into sale of €5.8bn North loan book
A new witness has agreed to give testimony for the state’s report into the sale of Nama’s Project Eagle loan book in the North.
The new witness “had a central involvement” in some of the matters being examined, retired Judge John Cooke, who is leading the Commission of Investigation, said in an update on its progress.
The report into the sale of the €5.8 billion Northern loan book has...
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