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Plundering Ireland? – Disposing NAMA Assets at 50%+ Below Value – McAleer & Rushe, British Land, Bank of Ireland and NAMA


Image via Wikipedia 2-14 Baker Street¬†| 10 Portman Square There has been much discussion in the media and among individuals about the disposal of NAMA assets at below and at substantially below market value. Is such discussion just speculation or … Continue reading

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2-14 Baker Street (10 Portman Square). Bigger than the Lottery: A ¬£28.2m Prize


It’s been won and done. No longer up for grabs. But real money and real ‘winnings’. Like everyone else, we’d like to learn more. Maybe there’s a chance of further winnings – who know? We can’t promise a top prize … Continue reading

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