Saturday June 6, 2020

Ian Kehoe: Nama has effectively declared war on the C&AG

For years, Nama has used the C&AG as a safety blanket – but now the gloves are off

18th September, 2016

When assessing the ongoing controversy surrounding Nama, it is worth focusing on one institution that has largely been silent from the debate. It is the Comptroller & Auditor General.

Ever since it was established, Nama has rebuffed any criticisms of its processes or its manifest secrecy by pointing to the C&AG.

Time and time again, Nama has batted away questions by saying the C&AG has oversight and insight into Nama. For more than...

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