Saturday February 22, 2020

Nama on the warpath

The National Asset Management Agency went nuclear following a report in this paper alleging mismanagement that lost taxpayers up to €18 billion. Here, we examine its furious rebuttal

2nd April, 2017
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The National Asset Management Agency went on the warpath last week after veteran property developer David Daly and economist Jim Power dared to criticise the powerful agency last Sunday in The Sunday Business Post. Behind the scenes and on social media Nama rubbished the report. Pressure was brought to bear on estate agent Lisney, which contributed to the report, to issue a bizarre statement (later withdrawn) that appeared to distance itself from a piece of...

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