Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency said Peter Stewart, a financial consultant, resigned as a non-executive of the agency.
Stewart, a partner with O’Donovan Stewart, Chartered Accountants, said in a statement this is “an important juncture for my decision, particularly with the completion of the review of the structures of NAMA by the former chief executive of HSBC, Michael Geoghegan.”
The review should result in “significant changes to the structures of the agency,” he said.
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