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Category: NAMA

State to gain billions from NAMA assets »

There is a curious statement in the EU Commissions press release today (IP/10/198, 26th February) : “…the inclusion of an adequate remuneration for the state in the rate used to discount the assets’ long term economic cash flows…” The implication here is that the Commission feels that the State is proposing to discount the future […]

A master purveyor of popular misconceptions »

Vincent Browne’s late night chat show on TV3 is the best on television. Always amusing, often laughable, Vincent excels at pushing misconceptions on current topics down the throats of his invited guests and demonstrating to us how often he can leave them speechless and unable to correct him.(Of course, some of his guests seem far […]

Are Messrs. Honohan and Lenihan on the same wavelength? »

Last night I heard on “The Week in Politics”, on RTE tv, the affable and articulate new Governor of our Central Bank, Dr. Patrick Honohan, predict that the Irish banking sector will come into foreign ownership, when the government eventually sells its shares.. He has been predicting a rosy future for the banks, on the […]

What was Pat Honohan saying, or trying to do to the banks? »

It wouldn’t surprise me if Central Bank governor Pat Honohan was mis-quoted by both RTE and the Irish Times (Dec. 8, Simon Carswell), but, if not, he should issue a statement clarifying what he really intended to say at a recent Enterprise Ireland conference in Dublin. He forecasted a “rosy future for the banks” in […]

Pols switch our anger onto the banks »

I posted the following comment in answer to another commentator, to the interesting discussion board, AskAboutMoney.com, today. My fundamental feeling is that the shareholders of the two main banks are being unfairly villified by Irish media these days, and have been neatly passed responsibility for the States own mismanagement of our finances, which represent a […]

Government now refers to NAMA as “borrowing” »

I have heard Frank Fahy this morning referring to the NAMA “borrowing” as something that should not be included in the National Debt. This is the first time I have heard government spokespersons acknowledge that NAMA is a scheme in which the government “borrows” assets from the banks. Indeed,all of the media “Business reporters”, as […]

Who are the NAMA bank shareholders? »

Have you ever wondered who are these evil shareholders of the Irish  banks, whose selfish and greedy speculation in the financial market has so badly injured the national interest and brought us to the edge of economic ruin? Well, the two main banks with the most “toxic” of assets are Anglo Irish- whose shareholder is […]

NAMA is MANNA for the State »

I have just sent the following as a comment to Simon Carswell in the Irish Times, today, in response to his article ” State takes the pain as NAMA tries to keep banks afloat” “Simon ,  You are saying, or at least implying, that the State is borrowing funds to bail out the banks.   “The State […]

NAMA borrowing myths nearly exposed tonight »

Tonight on Prime Time Donal O’Mahoney of Davys and Karl Whelan, the finance professor who would nationalise the banks…nearly fell upon the truth about the funding in NAMA…but unfortunately Miriam intervened and forced a change of topic. Karl said that the government would have to borrow to fund NAMA and asked what’s the difference between that and […]

Economist confuses NAMA picture even more… »

I have just been listening to Associate Professor Brian Lucey (- with Karl Whelan, the leader of the gang of 46 -) explaining to Morning Ireland listeners exactly what NAMA means to us as Borrowers He says that we, the taxpayers, will be borrowing this 47 or 54 billion and giving it to the banks.  […]


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