NAMA 2.0: The Nama top ten: where are they now?

Some of the agency’s big clients are resurfacing. But what has become of their debts? Roisin Burke reports.

20th July, 2014

As Nama transforms itself from a toxic loan-handling agency into a developer and financier, what happens now to its biggest clients? How have they fared on their dealings with the agency, and what has become of their colossal debts?

Liam Carroll has not been active in property since August 2009, when his €3 billion property empire came crashing down following a mammoth legal battle with ACCBank.

The biggest developer in Dublin, Carroll was reputed to be...

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