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Robinson met Cushnahan before he resigned Nama role

DUP leader tells Stormont Inquiry there was no conflict of interest

13th October, 2015

The Stormont inquiry into the sale of Nama’s former loan portfolio in the North was told today that Nama advisor Frank Cushnaham met First Minister Peter Robinson and the investment firm Pimco in May 2013.

Robinson confirmed the meeting to the inquiry and said it included Ian Coulter the former managing partner of a Belfast law firm Tughans.

The DUP leader said he had no concerns about Cushnahan attending the meeting, despite his role...

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