The NTMA’s new broom

Conor O’Kelly, the new chief executive of the NTMA, is inheriting a very different organisation from the one that Michael Somers built up over the years

24th December, 2014
NTMA Treasury Building on Grand Canal Street Picture: Maura Hickey

Beginning in the 1990s, and right up until a few years ago, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) used to publish its annual results after the markets closed on New Year’s Eve. A few members of the press would turn up late in the evening to speak to its founding chief executive, Dr Michael Somers, and to the few officials who had stayed on when most people would be off to celebrate the New Year....

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