NAMA expects to end work ahead of schedule

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) said it is on course to complete most of its work by the end of 2017 or mid-2018, earlier than had been expected.

22nd October, 2014
NAMA headquarters, Dublin

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has said it is on course to complete most of its work by the end of 2017 or mid-2018, earlier than had been expected.

NAMA said improvements in the property market has allowed it to speed up its work and increase the flow of assets and loan sales to the market.

The agency made a profit of €102 million for the first half of the year — nearly double the...

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