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Nama loses another top executive after Birmingham quits

18th March, 2018

Nama has lost another of its top ranking executives, with head of asset management Mary Birmingham last week telling the company she plans to move on.

It is thought that the agency will ask Birmingham, who is one of Nama’s key management personnel, and sits on several high-powered boards in the agency, to stay on and work out her notice period of up to three months.

Her next employer is not known, but...

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