NAMA – A Northern Ireland Update

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Chartered Accountants Ulster Society – Chartered Accountants in Business Group

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Speaker: Mr Ronnie Hanna, Head of Asset Recovery, NAMA

5.30pm, Thursday 18 October 2012

NAMA – A Northern Ireland Update

18th October 2012

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) is a body created by the Government of Ireland in late 2009 in response to the Irish financial crisis and the deflation of the Irish property bubble.  NAMA has acquired property development loans from Irish banks in return for government bonds, primarily with a view to improving the availability of credit in the Irish economy.

We have invited Mr. Ronnie Hanna, Head of Asset Recovery at NAMA, to provide our members with an update on the Agency’s work in Northern Ireland.

The event will be held at 5.30pm on Thursday 18th October 2012 at the Ulster Society Offices, 32-38 Linenhall Street, Belfast. 


More information will follow soon along with a booking form. This is a Chartered Accountants in Business initiative, however all Ulster Society members are welcome to attend.


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