Funny you should say that because, Nama had to employ the very people they took the property from in order to show them what to do with it. Nama also used a former boss of the revenue commissioners to lead the way, I wonder why? Most people know NAMA did some good, but we'll never know what underhand methodology was used. I've no doubt but some will say, "needs be" but as Mick Wallace found, it was a closed shop with powers that surpassed anything this Irish state has ever seen. It still has those powers, uses them, abuses them when they have to, and nothing you or me or indeed anyone can do about it. Do people really believe Daly and McDonagh were the property management gurus in NAMA , AS THE ABOVE STATEMENT WOULD SEEM TO SUGGEST? SERIOUSLY?