The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has had to reduce the amount it expects to recover from its property loans by €1.27bn. This is the second year in a row NAMA has had to make a reduction. However, NAMA’s second annual report shows an after-tax profit of €247m for 2011. Tonight Vincent starts the show with an interview with Frank Daly, Chairman of NAMA.
Frank Daly, Chairman of NAMA
Afterwards he is joined in studio by Constatin Gurdgiev, Economist and LecturerTrue Economics and Gavin Sheridan, Innovation Director @StoryfulGavin Sheridan – The Story
for a discussion and analysis on NAMA. How is it doing and how is it likely likely to perform in the future?
Following so soon after last night’s mother of all threads, I think Vinny has another humdinger lined up for us tonight. Let’s hope Vincent asks tough questions of the NAMA Chairman, and the discussion afterwards adds to our knowledge of the performance of this agency. Should be yet another top-notch show …
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