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Nama staff attracted to redundancy scheme

Nama aiming to cut staff to fewer than 300 by year end

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

4th October, 2015
Nama Building

Nama has received 80 expressions of interest for its voluntary redundancy scheme as it looks to bring staff levels down below 300 in advance of being wound up.

Responding to a parliamentary question last week from Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath, the finance minister Michael Noonan said three of the agency’s staff who sought to avail of the package later withdrew their request.

And he revealed that Nama only accepted 55 of...

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