Line-up of seven law firms land roles on Irish Treasury panel
Arthur Cox and Maples and Calder are among a line-up of law firms to have won spots on the Irish Treasury’s legal panel. The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), which borrows on behalf of the Irish Government and handles national debt and state claims, has appointed seven firms - Ireland's A&L Goodbody, Arthur Cox, Mason Hayes & Curran, Matheson, McCann Fitzgerald and William Fry, as well as offshore giant Maples and Calder.
Arthur Cox and Maples and Calder are among a line-up of law firms to have won spots on the Irish Treasury’s legal panel.
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