Harry’s €77m game: Crosbie tries to keep Nama from assets

Embattled developer claims he struck deal with agency

20th December, 2015
Harry Crosbie at the opening night of his Gibson Hotel in Dublin’s Point Village in 2010: the developer is now locked in a bitter battle with Nama Picture: RollingNews

Harry Crosbie claims to have suffered “gross injustice”, at the hands of Nama, but his case has “absolutely no merit”, according to the toxic loans bank, which is trying to lock down a €77 million judgment against the developer.

The 69-year-old businessman alleges he struck a debt deal with Nama in 2012 that it would not pursue his personal assets, including his stake in the family home; his son Simon’s home...

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