Dunne lawyers question second NAMA executive
A TOP NAMA executive has been quizzed for eight hours by lawyers for Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea in the US over the agency's handling of Mr Dunne's property and loan portfolio.
Asset-recovery manager John Coleman is the second executive from NAMA to be questioned by the Killilea and Dunne legal teams. Former asset-recovery manager Kevin Nowlan was quizzed last month.
The Carlow-born businessman owes NAMA €185m and the agency is pursuing him and his wife in the US for profits made on properties there and in Switzerland.
Former journalist Ms Killilea insists that she has reinvented herself as a developer in her own right with money given to her as a gift by Mr Dunne after the birth of their first child.