DANIEL MCCONNELL: When a €3.5bn profit is actually a €40bn loss

As Nama looks to the end of its original projected lifespan and its legacy will be examined, it must start being honest with itself and the public about the basic facts of its existence, writes Daniel McConnell

Nama chairman Frank Daly, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, and Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh. Pic: Colm Mahady

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