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Press Statement

3rd November 2016.

Update on the work of NAMAleaks.com

 

NAMAleaks.com has received a large variety of communications and documents in relation to NAMA, two in particular relate to -

1. Details of events in Northern Ireland, pre 2013, regarding the sale of the Northern Ireland Loan Portfolio, referencing individuals who have been arrested in Northern Ireland

2. Information on the procedures within NAMA regarding the Freedom of Information process, and deliberate attempts to conceal certain information.

Mick Wallace stated -

“We have received much information on the NAMAleaks site that we need to take stock of, we need to be very measured in how we deal with it. Clearly, the information that has come in has reinforced our conviction that all is not well within the National Assets Management Agency.”

“It is imperative that the Government immediately set up an arm of the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation, with extra powers and resources, to investigate NAMA, and that there is full anonymity given to whistleblowers”

“I plan to raise both of these issues in more detail, in the Dáil Chamber, in the coming weeks and months.”

If you have witnessed poor practice within NAMA, contact us securely and anonymously, at namaleaks.com

NAMAleaks.

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