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Cliff Taylor: The prospect of Nama selling off its remaining €22 billion holding of property more quickly than previously imagined is intriguing

Last week, The Sunday Business Post broke the story that Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has asked the Nama board to actively examine this.

23rd February, 2014
The backdrop is the extraordinary interest in Irish assets at the moment from overseas funds.

Last week, *The Sunday Business Post* broke the story that Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has asked the Nama board to actively examine this. The backdrop is the extraordinary interest in Irish assets at the moment from overseas funds.

As one wise market head put it to me this week, ''These fellows aren't charities. In other words they want to buy because they smell a profit. Nothing wrong with that, of course, and the calculation...

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