Wednesday July 8, 2020

Nama’s Project Eagle sale report to be finished in September

The findings of the investigation into the state agency’s disposal of its €5.8bn loan book in the North was due this month but now won’t be ready until the autumn

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

21st June, 2020
Nama had sent more than 750 pages of documents which needed to be reviewed and assessed before the report could be completed

The long-awaited report into the controversial sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland €5.8 billion loan book has been delayed again.

The Commission of Investigation, headed by retired judge John Cooke, had been due to deliver its report into the portfolio sale, dubbed Project Eagle, by the end of this month. It has now sought a three-month extension from the government to finalise the report by the end of September.

The commission said its work...

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