Published Thursday, 24 October 2013
Their chairman, Frank Daly, on Thursday told around 200 business delegates they hadn't and wouldn't be engaging in any fire sales of properties.
He said: "We are not going to give away assets - north or south."
NAMA, the Republic of Ireland's national asset management agency, has around £24m worth of land and property for sale in Northern Ireland.
They are looking to recover £2.4bn lent into NI. Mr Daly was optimistic about the future.
He continued: "I think that in some areas we are definitely at the bottom, in some areas probably balancing up a little bit from it, in other areas they have to settle.
"Overall I would say the outlook is good."
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