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(...)

Bloodstone Building on the Liffey: American investment firm Blackstone is hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value

An American investment firm will be hoping for a 50 per cent increase in value when it puts two office buildings in Dublin’s south docklands back on t(...)

With AIB and US investment group Avenue Capital supplying the funding, we can expect developer Michael O’Flynn to again become one of the busiest builders in Ireland. Photograph: Collins

Reports at the weekend that Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn is on the cusp of securing the financing to purchase the undeveloped assets in his(...)

Philip Jansen is one of about 230 managers who will share in a pot of £350 million if the company reaches its £3.5 billion market capitalisation target.

The chief executive of Worldpay, the private-equity owned UK payments processor, is due to receive a £50 million payout after the company’s stock mark(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn. His company O’Flynn Capital Partners says the decision to refuse permission for 168 homes in Cabinteely was driven by bias and rooted in a row over an access road

Michael O’Flynn’s latest High Court case promises to be an interesting one. The developer, who successfully fought off global investment fund, Blackst(...)

Rokeby Park is a new development by Michael O’ Flynn of O’Flynn Capital Partners, marking for him his first new homes launch since emerging from th(...)

Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork

The successful Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork along with strongly performing retail parks in Drogheda and Galway will be sold in a single lot on the i(...)

Who you gonna call? Not Eircom anymore, apparently.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Management at Eircom, Ireland’s biggest telecoms group, is planning to rebrand the company, some 16 years after it took on its current name. The com(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Centre Parcs UK chief executive Martin Dalby in Newcastle Woods during the announcement in April of 1,000 jobs for Co Longford with plans for a new Center Parcs in Ballymahon. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Leisure giant Center Parcs is to unveil a scale model of its proposed Irish development in Ballymahon, Co Longford next month. The €200 million Cent(...)

Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn, who heads the O’Flynn construction group, said he had anticipated some request from Nama to adapt the business plan to meet its requirements but this never happened. Photograph:  Collins Courts

One of the National Management Agency’s biggest debtors has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry the agency rejected a 2,000-page business plan for his(...)