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Nama recoups initial €425m from Anglo Irish liquidation

Nama recouped an initial €425 million from its exposure to the liquidation of former Anglo Irish Bank.

18th November, 2013

Nama recouped an initial €425 million from its exposure to the liquidation of former Anglo Irish Bank.

The government ordered Nama to pay the central bank €12.9 billion to buy out part of the regulator’s emergency loans to Anglo Irish as the lender’s wind-up started in February. The liquidators have repaid 425 million euros to Nama to date, according to a presentation, dated Nov. 14, on the Department of Finance. This includes asset sale proceeds...

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