Irish Bad Bank Holding €1.7 Bln In Worthless

The National Asset Management Agency, Ireland’s bad bank, reportedly is holding more than €1.7 billion ($2.39 billion) in loans to which the agency has assigned zero value.

  • 14 Oct 2010
The National Asset Management Agency, Ireland’s bad bank, reportedly is holding more than €1.7 billion ($2.39 billion) in loans to which the agency has assigned zero value. More than one-third of the total, €600 million ($843.7 million), came from Anglo Irish Bank. NAMA is said to have taken ...

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