Nama hurries wind-down with loan sales

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Ian Kehoe

14th January, 2015

Nama, the state toxic debt agency, is posed to bring the loans of two of the country’s largest property developers to the market, as the state loan agency winds down.

The agency is preparing to sell loans connected to Harcourt Developments, the development giant headed by real estate tycoon Pat Doherty.

The loans will come to market in the coming months, with Nama expected to appoint advisers to manage the sale shortly following...

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