Nama official misled court by accident

Nama asked for review of earlier judgment after staffer suffered ‘reputational damage’

31st January, 2016
NAMA head offices Picture: Bloomberg

Judge Brian Cregan has reiterated in a new judgment involving developer Garrett Kelleher that a senior official gave a “misleading impression” about Nama’s interactions with the developer to the High Court.

He accepted that the official did not mean to mislead.

Judge Cregan had said in an earlier conclusion judgment last December that Nama’s Peter Malbasha, an asset recovery manager, was “not only incorrect but positively misleading”.

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