Nama chief executive  Brendan McDonagh was appearing before the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee  Photograph: Frank Miller /Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency now expects to make a profit of €1.75 billion by the time it winds down its activities. This is a 75 per cent inc(...)

Other Irish developers who have exited Nama in recent times, including Johnny Ronan, have been far from complimentary about its operation. Photograph: Collins photos

It has been a big week for the Nama. On Tuesday, the worst-kept secret in town was confirmed with the €1.85 billion sale of Project Jewel to a combine(...)

Ger Mitchell, a member of PTSB’s executive committee, is to lead a mortgage review supported by senior manager Gillian O’Shea along with a bank team and external independent expertise in the areas of conduct risk and product design. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Permanent TSB has established a Mortgage Product Review Group to scrutinise its suite of home loans and to establish whether there are any cases wh(...)

The Central Bank levy represents a 29 per cent rise in the industry’s contribution to the Central Bank’s running costs, which will increase to €66 million from €51.1 million in 2014.

Banks, insurance companies and investment funds in Ireland will have to pay an extra €15 million this year to help cover the running costs of their re(...)

Arthur Cox was paid €33.1m, Blackrock Financial Management got €23.5m, Ernst & Young (former Anglo Irish Bank auditors) had €20.9m, KPMG (former Irish Nationwide auditors)  €13.2m, and Goldman Sachs  €9.4m

Ever since the banking crash in late 2008, various figures have circulated as to the cost to the State, or taxpayers, from the sector’s financial bail(...)

The funds were paid out by the National Treasury Management Agency, which operated the guarantee on behalf of the State. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The State paid out €934 million to bondholders of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation following its dramatic liquidation in February 2013, according to (...)

Dundrum Town Centre, part of the Project Jewel loan portfolio bought by UK company Hammerson and German group Allianz. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

UK property company Hammerson and German financial services group Allianz expect to take between one and two years to formulate their plans to redevel(...)

Teo Al Khing from the China Horse Club with the  filly from Mountarmstrong Stud. Photograph: Peter Mooney

The annual Orby Sale of yearlings at Goffs got off to a flying start this year with Irish hotelier Noel O’Callaghan’s Mountarmstrong Stud in Co Tipper(...)

By the end of last year IBRC had been the biggest financial drain on the State with a net cost of €36.1bn. It was followed by AIB at €8.8bn andPTSB at €200m

The annual interest bill attaching to the State’s bailout of the banking sector could run to €1.7 billion a year, the Comptroller and Auditor General (...)

 Joe O’Reilly:  spent years assembling this top-class portfolio of fine retail centres. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Four months after his loans were put up for sale by the National Asset Management Agency, Irish property developer Joe O’Reilly now knows the identity(...)