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By Namawinelake This morning has seen the publication of the seventh CSO residential property price indices for Ireland. The inaugural series was published by the CSO on 13th May 2011 and covered the period from January 2005 to March 2011. This … Continue reading
By Namawinelake In terms of transparency in engaging suppliers of services, NAMA seems to be burrowing itself deeper and deeper down Alice in Wonderland’s rabbit hole. Whilst the agency started out by advertising all contracts for services and there was, by all … Continue reading
It’s still January so perhaps we’re still in time for some more New Year predictions. There was a detailed entry on here a fortnight ago on residential property predictions for 2011 and indeed the summary prediction on here for Irish … Continue reading
From Namawinelake Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL) has published its commercial property series for Ireland for Q4, 2010 (free registration required). The JLL series is one of the two Irish commercial indices referenced by NAMA’s Long Term Economic Value Regulations (Schedule … Continue reading
A Review of NAMA in 2010 namawinelake | December 30, 2010 at 3:23 pm | Categories: NAMA | URL: http://wp.me/pNlCf-TR It was Dr Michael Somers, the former head of the NTMA that highlighted a flaw in the Irish character in … Continue reading
The Irish Times CIARA O’BRIEN The Government has injected a further €525 million into EBS Building Society, it was confirmed today. The new funding comes through special investment shares issued to Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan. The shares give Mr … Continue reading