Frank Daly and Brendan McDonagh will address allegations made against NAMA in recent days
The Chairman and Chief Executive of the National Asset Management Agency will attend a hearing of the Public Accounts Committee this morning.
Frank Daly and Brendan McDonagh will address allegations made against NAMA in recent days.
Earlier this week a NAMA spokesman confirmed the agency reported a second former employee to gardaí for allegedly sharing information unlawfully.
A separate investigation into another employee is at an advanced stage, according to gardaí.
A NAMA spokesman said yesterday: “We are very grateful to the chairman and to the members of the committee for affording us this opportunity to meet with them at such short notice.
“We consider the PAC to be the most appropriate forum to address these matters”.