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Nama to redeem a further €2.5bn of debt by end of June

Nama has reported that it is to a redeem a further €2.5 billion of debt by the end of June and that it made a profit after impairment, tax and dividends of €211 million for 2013, it said in a statement this morning.

27th May, 2014
Nama's Brendan McDonagh.

Nama has reported that it is to a redeem a further €2.5 billion of debt by the end of June and that it made a profit after impairment, tax and dividends of €211 million for 2013, it said in a statement this morning.

The agency’s annual report for 2013 said it had taken an impairment charge for 2013 of €914 million, up from €518 million in 2012 following what it said was “a comprehensive review of...

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