NAMA has sold the loans of three prestigious London hotels for more than €800m. The hotels were previously owned by Irish investors.
The properties -- Claridge's, the Connaught and the Berkeley -- were bought by a consortium of Irish investors, led by Derek Quinlan, in 2005
The deal was NAMA's largest single asset sale to date and means that the agency is on course to sell €7.5bn worth of assets by the end of 2013. Maybourne Finance Ltd, a vehicle owned by the Barclay brothers, bought the properties from NAMA.
NAMA said it recovered 100pc of the original loan value, plus interest, but did not disclose how much of a profit it made.