Nama gets tough over transfer of assets to spouses

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to hold talks with the six covered financial institutions over fears that a large number of developers have sought to hide assets by transferring properties to their spouses or children.

15th May, 2010

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is to hold talks with the six covered financial institutions over fears that a large number of developers have sought to hide assets by transferring properties to their spouses or children.

As the banks and institutions prepare the groundwork for the second transfer of loans to Nama, evidence is emerging that a number of small and medium-sized developers have also sought to hide wealth by transferring assets over the...

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