Thursday February 27, 2020

Cushnahan’s secret plan to find buyer for Nama loans

Allegation contained in a letter sent to PAC by Brown Rudnick

27th November, 2016
Frank Cushnahan, the former Nama adviser

Frank Cushnahan, the former Nama adviser at the centre of the controversy around the agency’s Northern loan book sale, was working on a secret plan to find a buyer for the loans for over two years before a deal was eventually done, new documents claim.

The allegation is contained in a letter sent to the Public Accounts Committee by Brown Rudnick, the international law firm which worked on the deal for two vulture...

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