‘I’m entitled to find out Nama’s valuations’
Property developer says he hopes to be free of the state’s debt agency within weeks
The property developer Harry Crosbie has launched a scathing attack on Nama’s “secretive” operations, following his Commercial Court grilling by the state agency last week.
Nama was cross-examining the businessman about income accrued from his Vicar Street venue in Dublin, as part of its efforts to execute a €77 million judgment against him in 2014.
After a day in the witness box, the debt-stricken businessman – best known for docklands developments such...
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