The assets, linked to Irish developer Gerry Conlan, will be sold at a discount, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. David Clerkin, a Nama spokesman at public relations firm Gordon MRM, declined to comment. Mr Conlan also wouldn’t comment.
Nama is planning to sell property portfolios valued at €250m or more in each quarter of this year, Ireland’s bad bank said in February. The assets include groups of hotels, offices, retail spaces in Ireland and the UK and multifamily apartments, Nama’s head of asset recovery, Ronnie Hanna, said last week at the MIPIM conference in Cannes.
The group of assets for sale linked to Mr Conlan, known as Project Spring, will not include the Mount Carmel hospital in Dublin, two of the people said. The hospital petitioned the High Court in Dublin to appoint a liquidator, according to Nama, which holds Mount Carmel’s assets as loan collateral.
Nama was set up in 2009 by the Government to take over €74bn of risky commercial real estate loans