National Asset Management Agency Chief Executive Officer Brendan McDonagh said he expects a resolution by November for the unfinished building once proposed as Anglo Irish Bank Corp.’s new headquarters, which has become a symbol of Ireland’s property crash.
McDonagh was speaking to a parliamentary committee in Dublin today. Anglo Irish was recently renamed Irish Bank Resolution Corp.
“For the last three months we’ve had huge interest in that building due to the shortage of Grade A space,” McDonagh said in an interview Oct. 21. “There are a number of options on the table at the moment that may involve Nama’s involvement.”
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