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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 […]

Seems AIB can do better than NAMA »

Based on the Minister’s statement to the Dail today, it would seem that AIB, and maybe also BOI, can do better than deal with NAMA The Minister will “buy” in total  €47 bn. of assets at “current market value” (CMV), and then pay an extra 7 bn on top in “subordinated “bonds. That’s 54 bn out […]

When will you redeem the bonds, Minister? »

Today, Wednesday September 16th, is NAMA day, when our Minister of Finance, (and probably the next Taoiseach) Brian Lenihan, will announce some estimates, and hopefully some hard details of the NAMA scheme and its impact on the banks. Most of the population, gripped by irrational fear of great losses by this stage, will be anxiously […]

NAMA Bonds–so who do you think is taking the risk? »

The government, via NAMA, will pay for the banks’ assets by issuing “NAMA Bonds”. The banks will be given bonds totaling the estimated fair value of the assets the government will agree to take off their hands. That’s the taxpayers’ “risk”…no cash is paid..just a taxpayers’ bond, if you like, ..actually a promise to pay […]

The NAMA penny begins to drop »

I am listening to Green Minister, Eamon Ryan talking about the great breakthrough which the Greens negotiated with their government partners–by achieving “risk-sharing” in NAMA. Eamon is a nice guy – I gave him a vote last time- but he seems clueless when it comes to economics and banking..like most political commentators, actually, including spokespersons […]

The proper price of NAMA bonds »

The State takes the gain, and the banks shareholders take the loss and the risk, in the NAMA scheme. The terms on which the deal is done- the value of the transferred assets and the consideration to be paid for them – should reflect this reality. I try to estimate a fair price for shareholders […]

NAMA – Taxpayer is the big winner ! »

Contrary to public perception, the taxpayer is not at risk in the NAMA scheme and, in fact, he is the biggest beneficiary. Its the banks’ individual shareholders- tens of thousands of them are probably Irish citizens in their later middle age or older- who stand to lose most. The Irish government does not have to […]

AIB share at the break out point »

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Video: About NAMA(2009)