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    Five years ago the late Brian Lenihan, as Minister for Finance stood up in the Dail to deliver details of an emergency budget and made mention of a new entity for our financial landscape – the National Asset Management Agency. From the outset, the Agency had its champions and its critics – those who have said it was the only solution and those who have said it failed to deliver on its key aims. For a look back at five years of NAMA, Sean was joined in studio by the Assistant Editor of the Sunday Business Post, Ian Kehoe and ...
    Sean Dunne’s Money

    Sean Dunne’s Money

    Property developer Sean Dunne has been made bankrupt in Ireland, and also filed for bankruptcy last year in the US with debts of €690 million.   The state loans agency Nama has taken proceedings against Sean Dunne in the United States, and is objecting to his discharge from bankruptcy, in an attempt to stop him walking away from his pre-bankruptcy debts, which include 250 million euro owed to Nama. To date Dunne has had four meetings with creditors. The Irish Times Washington correspondent Simon Carswell was on the line.


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