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.

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