Nama puts receiver into Westin building
The National Asset Management Agency has checked into the Westin hotel in Dublin, appointing a receiver to the building that houses the five-star Dublin hotel.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has checked into the Westin hotel in Dublin, appointing a receiver to the building that houses the five-star Dublin hotel.
The state agency has installed a fixed charge receiver over the Westin Hotel building, which was owned by Treasury Holdings, the insolvent property firm headed by Johnny Ronan and Richard Barrett.
Declan McDonald, an insolvency partner with Price-waterhouseCoopers (PwC), has been appointed receiver over the property, which was developed...
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