AIB transfers €3bn in loans to NAMA

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AIB has transferred more than €3bn worth of loans to NAMA at a discount of around 60%.

The bank says the loans belong to 20 customers.

Just over €10bn of AIB's loans now remain to be transferred to the agency on a phased basis by the end of the year.



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Its keeps getting better and better.
 


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AIB has transferred more than €3bn worth of loans to NAMA at a discount of around 60%.

The bank says the loans belong to 20 customers.

Just over €10bn of AIB's loans now remain to be transferred to the agency on a phased basis by the end of the year.



Read more: AIB transfers


Its keeps getting better and better.
What´s your point? All this post tells me is that NAMA is getting on with the job.
 

An Gilladaker

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AIB has transferred more than €3bn worth of loans to NAMA at a discount of around 60%.

The bank says the loans belong to 20 customers.

Just over €10bn of AIB's loans now remain to be transferred to the agency on a phased basis by the end of the year.



Read more: AIB transfers


Its keeps getting better and better.
60% is far to much for rubbish loans will we ever learn
 

HarshBuzz

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how does this impact on their moving target for recapitalisations?
 

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What´s your point? All this post tells me is that NAMA is getting on with the job.
the point is that this will (again) weaken AIB's capital ratios, forcing the government to pump yet more money into this insolvent turkey

which we will never see again
 
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60% is far to much for rubbish loans will we ever learn
I assume your use of the word rubbish refers to the assets behind these loans. Can you just mention a few of the assets that you have thus classified?
 
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the point is that this will (again) weaken AIB's capital ratios, forcing the government to pump yet more money into this insolvent turkey

which we will never see again
Nothing new there:roll:
 

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An Gilladaker

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I assume your use of the word rubbish refers to the assets behind these loans. Can you just mention a few of the assets that you have thus classified?
Give them a call am sure they will tell you :lol:
 

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AIB has transferred more than €3bn worth of loans to NAMA at a discount of around 60%.

The bank says the loans belong to 20 customers.

Just over €10bn of AIB's loans now remain to be transferred to the agency on a phased basis by the end of the year.



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Its keeps getting better and better.
How many of these customers are Public Sector workers?
1, 2, all of them? I think we need to know, as it is all the public sector's fault anyway!

Thankfully these loans have had no effect on the Economy and the country. you see the problem with ierland is Public Service Wages, not Bank incompetence and corruption.......:roll::roll:

FFS.

PUBLISH THE NAMES....
 

inthemire

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I assume your use of the word rubbish refers to the assets behind these loans. Can you just mention a few of the assets that you have thus classified?
Assets??? is that what you call them???

so beneficial that nobody will buy them??

Assets? Only Zanu/FF could call them that!!

Everthing going to NAMA has virtually no value, or it would be on the market!! Jesus Economics 1...
 
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Assets??? is that what you call them???

so beneficial that nobody will buy them??

Assets? Only Zanu/FF could call them that!!

Everthing going to NAMA has virtually no value, or it would be on the market!! Jesus Economics 1...
Why don´t you have a go at naming some of these assets on which you claim such expertise?
 

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What´s your point? All this post tells me is that NAMA is getting on with the job.
A.I.B's loan book is decreasing. Therefore, "profits" (if there will be profits any time soon) will be down.

A.I.B's share price should decline further.

Interesting, that the share price increased slightly today.

There wouldn't be investors with a certain strategic interest in A.I.B. shares purchasing shares today ,would there?
 
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A.I.B's loan book is decreasing. Therefore, "profits" (if there will be profits any time soon) will be down.

A.I.B's share price should decline further.

Interesting, that the share price increased slightly today.

There wouldn't be investors with a certain strategic interest in A.I.B. shares purchasing shares today ,would there?
Would that be so bad?
 


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