Nama rejects anonymous claim that D4 site belonged to debtor

Nama rejects anonymous claim that D4 site belonged to debtor
Johnny Ronan’s Fibonacci Square plan in Ballsbridge: Nama has denied the site was owned by Siobhán Quinlan, the wife of developer Derek Quinlan Picture: Maura Hickey

Colony Capital is investing €2.25 billion in Ireland backing developer Johnny Ronan

Nama has categorically rejected a claim that a prime site in Ballsbridge belonged to one of its debtors.

The agency has told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that Siobhán Quinlan is not and never has been a Nama debtor.

Quinlan is the wife of financier Derek Quinlan, who remains a client of Nama despite repaying the agency several billion euro.

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