The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is poised to call in personal borrowings provided by the developer Harry Crosbie as security for his €450 million borrowings.
The agency will seek a judgment against the property developer-cum-concert impresario in the coming weeks, following its decision to appoint receivers to large portions of his business empire.
Crosbie borrowed vast amounts of money personally, as opposed to through a company. This has left him personally exposed as a...
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