Nama 'could sell Northern Ireland property loan portfolio'
A major financial institution is interested in buying Nama's entire loan portfolio in Northern Ireland, according to the Irish Times newspaper.
Nama is the Republic of Ireland's state controlled 'bad bank'.
It controls property loans originally made by Dublin-based banks, including loans worth about £1bn for NI property.
BBC NI economics and business editor John Campbell reports.
13 Feb 2014
- From the section Northern Ireland