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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