Complaint to Nama over sale of prime London property

21st June, 2015
20 Grosvenor Square in London is at the centre of the complaint brought by a Thai businesswoman

Jane Tripipatkul, a wealthy Thai businesswoman, has submitted a detailed complaint to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) after she failed to progress in the bidding for a London building that was later sold to a rival bidder for £250 million (€295 million).

The property at issue is 20 Grosvenor Square, a Mayfair building constructed as flats in the 1930s, whose debtor-led sale was run by both Knight Frank and CBRE in London. Nama also...

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