“This is a commitment under the country’s agreement with the troika and is important in terms of investor perceptions of Ireland,” Mr. McDonagh said.
Ireland’s beleaguered construction sector represented just six per cent of the entire value to the economy last year, compared with 23pc during the heady days of the building boom in 2006.
This is €7.5bn of Irish bank debt going to pay international banks in the main German for losses incurred by Anglo and other banks.
If these foreign banks lost the money through bad deals, should we be handing over this money to them?
NAMA takes action against former employee over alleged confidential information use – Irish, Business – Independent.ie
NAMA has brought High Court action against a former employee whom the agency alleges took confidential data without permission.
The agency has brought proceedings against Mr Enda Farrell and his wife Alice Kramer, whose acquisition of a property from a NAMA debtor earlier this year sparked off an internal investigation by NAMA.
Arising out of that purchase NAMA had commenced an internal investigation, conducted by Deloitte, after media reports that Mr Farrell, a former portfolio manager with NAMA, and his wife purchased a four bedroomed property at Sundays Well, Lucan, Co Dublin which was in the NAMA portfolio for €410,000.