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Conglomerate in talks with Nama over hotel deals

Executives from an American hotel, leisure and food service conglomerate have made tentative approaches to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) in recent weeks about buying a number of hotels around the country

30th October, 2010

Executives from an American hotel, leisure and food service conglomerate have made tentative approaches to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) in recent weeks about buying a number of hotels around the country.

It is understood that representatives of Delaware North Companies, which has annual revenues of $2.2 billion, 50,000 employees and owns several world-renowned resorts, expressed an interest in acquiring Nama assets on a visit to Dublin.

Delaware North Companies is owned by the Jacobs family...

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