Anglo Irish Bank accounts for the overwhelming majority of the €14 billion in derivative financial instruments that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) plans to acquire.
This is in addition to the €81 billion in toxic loans destined for the new agency.
The nationalised property lender is expected to transfer derivatives with a notional value of €11 billion to Nama, representing around 80 per cent of the total
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