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namawinelake May 3, 2011 at 11:49 am Laura Noonan in today’s Irish Independent reports that of the 30 top NAMA developers, 18 have signed “or are close to signing” a memorandum of understanding with the agency and these 18 are … Continue reading
FINANCIER Derek Quinlan may be best known for investing on behalf of the wealthy, but it seems recessionary times have brought his business a little bit closer to the cash-strapped members of society. While not personally expected to knock on … Continue reading
Did you know every time you pay for your parking in Wicklow Town you are paying this Man article by Namawinelake Earlier this year, Propert Week reported that NAMA Top 10 developer, Derek Quinlan had put a 248-vehicle capacity car … Continue reading
Just more lies? Central Bank report for Quarter 2, NAMA’s resident and non-resident borrowers namawinelake : source http://namawinelake.wordpress.com/2010/07/31/central-bank-report-for-quarter-2-nama%e2%80%99s-resident-and-non-resident-borrowers/ The wide-ranging quarterly Central Bank report and forecast published yesterday contains some interesting nuggets on NAMA and Irish property in general. On … Continue reading
Nama has missed three deadlines as lenders and the agency struggle with complex valuations, according to by SIMON CARSWELL source http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0227/1224265277431.html NOW THAT the valuationshas signed off on the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), the delayed task of transferring the … Continue reading