Tuesday December 1, 2020

Former Nama executive snubs Stormont panel

The finance committee had written to Ronnie Hanna asking him to answer questions

13th March, 2016
Former Nama executive Ronnie Hanna

Former Nama executive Ronnie Hanna has snubbed the Stormont committee investigating the controversial purchase of the loan agency’s €1.6 billion Northern Irish loan book.

The finance committee had written to Hanna, a former head of asset recovery with Nama, asking him to answer questions on an apparent reference to him made during a covert recording of ex-Nama advisor Frank Cushnahan that was broadcast on BBC Northern Ireland earlier this month.

In his reply,...

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