Friday 26 May 2017

Project Eagle has opened can of worms for Nama

NAMA Chairman Frank Daly at Treasury Buildings. Photo: Tony Gavin
NAMA Chairman Frank Daly at Treasury Buildings. Photo: Tony Gavin
Martina Devlin

Martina Devlin

When two arms of the State go head to head, inevitably it's damaging. Both can't be right. But it's difficult to know who to believe when opposing views are advanced, and public confidence is undermined by the conflict.

The clash arises in relation to the Project Eagle sale, when a swathe of Ireland's assets was bought by a US investment fund.

Did we receive a fair price under prevailing conditions - or were we fleeced?

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