Taxpayer paid for Nama adviser’s Barbados flights

Taxpayer paid for Nama adviser’s Barbados flights

Former HSBC chief Michael Geoghegan claimed expenses totalling €26,000 in 2013 and €23,351 in 2012

The taxpayer paid for numerous first-class flights from Barbados as well as bills for stays in five-star Dublin hotels for an adviser to the government on the National Asset Management Agency.

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