Nama legal boss warned ‘aggrieved’ debtors could hurt reputation

Nama legal boss warned ‘aggrieved’ debtors could hurt reputation
Aideen OReilly, Namas head of legal Pic: Maura Hickey

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The National Asset Management Agency’s head of legal warned at a board strategy away day last March that the state property agency faced the risk of “significant reputational damage” from “aggrieved” debtors and others.

In notes from the meeting which took place in the Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin 4 on March 9 2016, Aideen O’Reilly, Nama’s head of legal, noted “that there were no disincentives on the part of aggrieved debtors/third party vested...

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