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Optimistic Nama plan leaves a lot to chance

Nama needs to move aggressively on its biggest clients, but there is nothing in its optimistic business plan to suggest it will

17th October, 2009

The publication of the draft National Asset Management Agency (Nama) business plan has given valuable insight into how the agency will conduct its business, and also the assumptions its management team are making about how they see things going over the next decade.

The 35-page plan shows how much work has already been done in setting up the agency.

However, it also puts into the public domain some highly optimistic assessments of how its loan...

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