Thursday September 24, 2020

Nama wind-down strategy emerges

Downsizing will take account of Docklands SDZ and residential property objectives

2nd June, 2016
Nama chairman Frank Daly. Pic: Rollingnews.ie

The National Asset Management Agency has started a "root-and-branch review" of its operation as as part of a planned restructuring, according to a report in today's Irish Examiner.

Documents released after a Freedom of Information request show that the Nama board is reviewing its budget and costs.

The organisation held a "Strategy Away Day" last March at the Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin where the agency's chief...

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