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New Partnership between the National Treasury Management Agency and the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities

The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities within the School of Education in Trinity College Dublin are delighted to announce that we have welcomed the National Treasury Management Agency to work with us as a new TCPID Business Partner.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) provides asset and liability management services to the Irish Government. It has evolved from a single function agency managing the National Debt to a manager of a complex portfolio of public assets and liabilities.

Businesses managed by the NTMA include borrowing for the Exchequer and the management of the National Debt, the State Claims Agency, the New Economy and Recovery Authority (“NewERA”), the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund and the National Development Finance Agency. The NTMA also assigns staff to the National Asset Management Agency and SBCI.

Marie Devitt, TCPID Pathways Coordinator says, "The partnership with the NTMA will help us to develop further opportunities for our students and graduates. Our TCPID business partners are a core part of our programme and support us in multiple ways. We look forward to working with the NTMA and our other partners to develop exciting opportunities for our students and graduates and to help to build true inclusion in the workplace and in the community."

Dr. Sinéad Brennan, Director of HR, OD & Learning of the NTMA says, “We are delighted to partner with TCPID. We strive to embed a culture that is inclusive and diverse and that ensures we support people of all abilities. We welcome the opportunity to ensure they achieve their full potential at work. This summer we received a graduate through TCPID for an internship and we look forward to welcoming more graduates in the future”.

More information about the NTMA can be found at