There’s a lot more to come on Nama, says Wallace
TD promises further revelations as Cushnahan email chain emerges; Cushnahan says he is satisfied he had ‘bona fide and lawful’ business discussions
Nama, the state loan agency, is to come under mounting pressure in comings days, with Independent TD Mick Wallace promising to disclose further revelations about the agency amid the emergence this weekend of startling new emails involving former Nama adviser Frank Cushnahan.
Emails obtained by Wallace show that Cushnahan exchanged dozens of emails with an Asia-based businessman discussing “very substantial opportunities” to acquire assets from the agency while he was member of Nama’s Northern Ireland...
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