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NAMA solicitors selected

The National Treasury Management Agency has revealed a list of 64 solicitors firms which have been appointed to a panel for the provision of legal services to the National Assets Management Agency (NAMA).

Analysts expect that the NAMA process will involve expenditure on professional fees and expenses of €2.6bn over the coming 10 years.

Legal, property valuation and accountancy professionals will be consulted as part of the process. The larger, better-known firms on the panel announced yesterday include Arthur Cox, Matheson Ormsby Prentice and William Fry.