NAMA To Take On €4 Bln In N. Ireland Assets

29 Sep 2010

Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency estimates it will take on roughly €4 billion ($5.44 billion) in loans linked to assets in Northern Ireland.

Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency estimates it will take on roughly €4 billion ($5.44 billion) in loans linked to assets in Northern Ireland. Of the total, €2.4 billion ($3.27 billion) are linked to undeveloped land, €1.2 billion ($1.63 billion) to investment properties and €400 million ($544.3 million) to ...

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