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Was NAMA good for Ireland?

Over a decade on from the financial crash, NAMA has announced that it has completed repayment of ...

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10.46 3 Mar 2020


Was NAMA good for Ireland?


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10.46 3 Mar 2020


Over a decade on from the financial crash, NAMA has announced that it has completed repayment of all outstanding debt.

The National Asset Management Agency was set up in 2009 to take over property loans from the country's banks, but has it been a successful venture?

John Fitzgerald, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Economics at Trinity College Dublin and
Rory Hearne, Lecturer in Social Policy at Maynooth University and Independent candidate for the Seanad’s NUI Panel debate their views.


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Bank Debt Bank Loans Debt Financial Crash Financial Crisis John Fitzgerald Kieran Cuddihy Mark Cagney NAMA National Asset Management Agency Newstalk Newstalk Breakfast Property Loans Recession Rory Hearne Shane Coleman

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