Nama probes money-laundering evidence against property developer

The National Asset Management Agency is investigating evidence that a major Irish property developer has laundered money through international real estate deals.

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Ian Kehoe

11th August, 2012

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is investigating evidence that a major Irish property developer has laundered money through a number of international real estate deals.

The state's toxic debt agency has commissioned legal advice on the issue, which came to light following a Nama trawl through the developer's assets. Nama is also investigating tax issues relating to the developer, who cannot be named for legal reasons.

Nama's suspicions relate to the ownership of three...

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