In January, Nama said it had collected €23.7 billion in disposal receipts, so chief executive Brendan McDonagh’s latest presentation suggests that some €1.3 billion in cash was generated by Nama in the first three months of this year. File photograph:  Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is on target to complete its asset sales by 2018 and has generated more than €1 billion in cash receipts s(...)

Ulster Bank had become a shareholder in the group in 2013 following a debt-for-equity deal, agreed after a lengthy restructuring process. Photograph: Adrian Brown/Bloomberg News

Ulster Bank received close to €220 million for its near 25 per cent stake in Jurys Inns just over a year after valuing its shareholding at zero, the S(...)

Kieran Wallace of KPMG: surely Wallace wasn’t having a blue with Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton, the Quinn Insurance administrator and the only accountant in the country who could rival Wallace for high profile insolvency appointments? Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It could have been as big as Muhammad Ali versus George Foreman, a proper rumble in the Irish accounting jungle. Alas, the fight of the year is off, a(...)

Red Rock on TV3. The broadcaster has faced tougher competition for Irish viewers since the launch of UTV Ireland.

TV3 Group has declined to comment on reports private equity company the Carlyle Group is among the parties interested in acquiring it from its curren(...)

Mr Drumm is facing financial ruin on the basis of the January judgment

Former Anglo Irish chief executive David Drumm has blamed his lawyers for his failure to disclose to a court the fact he had transferred cash and prop(...)

A separate action against Michael Fingleton, involving a claim by State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation for up to €6 billion over losses suffered by the Society, is proceeding on a date yet to be fixed.

A legal action against four former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society over alleged “wholly unlawful” delegation of powers of the boar(...)

The  Odyssey complex in the Belfast docks area. It was built by businessman Peter Curistan.

Belfast property developer Peter Curistan is alleging fraud as part of a renewed legal action against the former Anglo Irish Bank, the Belfast High Co(...)

A legal action against four former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society over the alleged “wholly unlawful” delegation of powers of the Board of the Society to its former CEO Michael Fingleton has settled, the Commercial Court has heard. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A legal action against four former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society over the alleged “wholly unlawful” delegation of powers of the B(...)

TV3’s chief executive David McRedmond declined to comment to The Irish Times on Doughty Hanson’s decision to cease fundraising for a new fund

TV3’s private equity owner Doughty Hanson has scrapped plans for a sixth investment fund and will instead concentrate on “maximising the considerable(...)

Sentence increased for man who seriously assaulted his fiancée DPP v. McMenamy [2014]IECA 47 (Court of Appeal, Ryan P, December 18th, 2014) Court of A(...)