Brendan Hughes
EXCLUSIVE: First Minister Peter Robinson has revealed he met top US investment firm Pimco when it considered buying the Nama property portfolio currently at the centre of a massive financial scandal. Pimco, an investment firm, considered acquiring the 850-property portfolio before its eventual sale in April 2014. It comes as TD Mick Wallace is set to make further explosive revelations in the Dáil this week over the sale of the Nama property portfolio in Northern Ireland.


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Tughans - red faced and angry

Tughans - red faced and angry

Since Ian Coulter was unceremoniously shown the door at Tughans, one of the best-known commercial law firms in Northern Ireland, the partnership have been trying to distance themselves from the actions of its former managing partner.

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