Cushnahan’s secret plan to find buyer for Nama loans
Allegation contained in a letter sent to PAC by Brown Rudnick
Frank Cushnahan, the former Nama adviser at the centre of the controversy around the agency’s Northern loan book sale, was working on a secret plan to find a buyer for the loans for over two years before a deal was eventually done, new documents claim.
The allegation is contained in a letter sent to the Public Accounts Committee by Brown Rudnick, the international law firm which worked on the deal for two vulture...
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