Nama and all private firms involved in the Northern Ireland assets sale have denied wrongdoing. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

The £7 million (€9.6m) sum that has attracted considerable controversy in the Stormont inquiry into the sale of Nama’s assets in the North should be r(...)

The Stormont inquiry comes after independent TD Mick Wallace raised concerns during leaders’ questions last month.

The Stormont finance committee investigating the £1bn sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland loan book to US company Cerberus is seeking legal advice over wh(...)

Stormont’s finance committee chairman Daithí McKay is interviewed about the sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland portfolio. Photograph:  Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Members of a Stormont scrutiny committee examining allegations of financial corruption in relation to a Nama deal have expressed frustration with the (...)

Sinn Féin’s Daithí McKay: “Nama have a responsibility to come before the committee to answer questions and it is disappointing that Michael Noonan has so far not responded”

The Sinn Féin chairman of the Stormont finance committee Daithí McKay has criticised the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan over Nama’s refusal to(...)

Ian Coulter former managing partner at Tughans law firm in Belfast. Tughans has rejected claims by Mr Coulter concerning a bank account which contained £7.5 million.

The Belfast law firm Tughans has rejected claims by Ian Coulter, its former managing partner, concerning a bank account which contained £7.5 million a(...)

Independent TD Mick Wallace. Photograph: Courts Collins

The Dáil Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is to issue another invitation to Independent TD Mick Wallace to appear before it in private session. Mr Wall(...)

Royal Bank of Scotland said in May it had sold its last major portfolio of Northern Ireland-backed loans, Project Rathlin, to Cerberus. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Cerberus, the US company that bought Nama’s Project Eagle portfolio of Northern Ireland loans, has used a network of Irish companies to snap up distr(...)

 Mick Wallace: used Dáil privilege to reveal a northern politician or party may have been the intended beneficiary of a £7m sum lodged in an offshore account. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Independent TD Mick Wallace has said he will disclose new material around a controversial property disposal by the National Assets Management Agency (...)

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson said that no one in his family or his party sought to benefit by “one penny” from the purchase of Nama’s Northern Ireland 850-property portfolio.

The North’s First Minister Peter Robinson has said that no one in his family or his party sought to benefit by “one penny” from the purchase of Nama’s(...)

Solid brief: Independent TD Mick Wallace told the Dáil  £7 million had been lodged in an Isle of Man account “reportedly earmarked for a Northern Ireland politician or party”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Namagate, as Jim Allister, the Traditional Unionist Voice leader, has dubbed it, to the annoyance of the National Asset Management Agency, is a big(...)