End of Nama in sight as fund giant circles remaining loans

The end of Nama may be close, with all the agency’s remaining loans now effectively on the block as potential buyers circle.

15th June, 2014

The end of Nama may be close, with all the agency’s remaining loans now effectively on the block as potential buyers circle. A least one international fund has had discussions with Michael Noonan’s Department of Finance about acquiring the remainder of Nama’s loan book, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

It is understood that Lone Star, the €23 billion fund founded by billionaire John Grayken has engaged with the...

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