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Solicitor Susan Gilvarry has been appointed as the new sole member of the long-running inquiry into the Nama scandal. Retired High Court judge Mr Justice John Cooke, who was originally appointed to lead the commission of investigation on its establishment in 2017, passed away in April this year.

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Corporate banking lawyer Davina Saint has been appointed to the board of NAMA. Ms Saint is a senior level banking executive and qualified solicitor, experienced in the structuring and execution of complex corporate finance transactions.

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The long-running inquiry into the NAMA scandal has been extended for a further three months until the end of 2020. The NAMA Commission of Investigation, led by John D. Cooke SC, was established by the Irish government in June 2017 and was originally due to deliver its final report by the end of June

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Belfast solicitor Ian Coulter, former head of one of Northern Ireland's largest commercial law firms, has denied fraud offences linked to the sale of NAMA's Northern Ireland property loan book in 2014. The Public Prosecution Service (PPS) yesterday announced that Mr Coulter, 49, and businessman Fran

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Prosecutors are considering taking action against eight people over fraud allegations in connection with Nama's Northern Ireland property portfolio, the Belfast Telegraph reports. The eight unnamed suspects were investigated by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) and have now been referred to the P

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