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Nama rule change targets AIB

AIB will account for two thirds of the €6.6 billion loans that will no longer be transferred to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) following the government’s decision to raise the minimum transfer threshold from €5million to €20 million.

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AIB will account for two thirds of the €6.6 billion loans that will no longer be transferred to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) following the government’s decision to raise the minimum transfer threshold from €5million to €20 million.

The bank, which will be effectively nationalised in the coming weeks with the state’s stake expected to increase from 19 per cent to more than 90 per cent, will account for €4.4 billion...

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