Banks must be tied to their obligations

As the debate on the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) rolls on, some key issues are becoming clear. Clarity will be needed on these in the Dáil debate in September, along with a willingness by the government to engage fully in trying to get th

15th August, 2009

As the debate on the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) rolls on, some key issues are becoming clear. Clarity will be needed on these in the Dáil debate in September, along with a willingness by the government to engage fully in trying to get the best possible system operating and - crucially - one which does not expose the taxpayer any more than is necessary.

The principles on which Nama should operate are...

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