Monday February 17, 2020

Nama flexes its muscles

In the first week of their court battle, Nama revealed its attempts to reach agreement with Treasury Holdings. Samantha McCaughren reports.

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Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett of Treasury Holdings at the Convention Centre. Treasury was 'in shock' when it read the email from Nama indicating a receiver would be appointed. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall

The country's 'bad bank' had a chance to bare its teeth in the Commercial Court last week, as Nama and Treasury Holdings went head-to-head over plans to appoint a receiver to the property company.

Nama, which has been showered with accusations of secrecy and extravagant costs, went into the courts well primed for this high-profile bout and appeared to land a number of body blows on Treasury.

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