Ronan: ‘There should be an inquiry into Nama’s conduct’

A five-page letter to the Banking Inquiry has detailed developer Johnny Ronan's serious grievances against Nama, which he says did not treat his firm professionally

3rd January, 2016
Johnny Ronan: the colourful developer has written to the Banking Inquiry calling for Nama to be investigated PIcture: RollingNews

Property developer Johnny Ronan has called for an inquiry into Nama’s conduct in relation to the collapse of his former empire Treasury Holdings and the sale of its prime asset, the site of Battersea Power Station in London.

In a supplemental submission to the Banking Inquiry on November 23 last, Ronan claimed that the taxpayer lost out on billions because Nama mishandled his business interests, and that its explanations to the state investigation...

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