Lanyon Plaza, one of the larger assets in the portfolio

The very first meeting between a Northern Ireland Minister and his Irish counterpart in Dublin to discuss the banking crisis set the scene for how the(...)

Ian Coulter: circumstances of departure reported to the Law Society of Northern Ireland, according to Tughans

Tughans law firm in Belfast, one of the best-known commercial law firms in the city, said on Friday its former managing partner, Ian Coulter, left in (...)

Well-known Belfast law firm Tughans said Ian Coulter (above) was involved in the sale by Nama last year of a portfolio of loans with a nominal value of €5.7 billion, which were sold for €1.6 billion.

One of the leading business figures in Northern Ireland, Ian Coulter, was named on Friday as the partner who left a Belfast law firm in a dispute over(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton:  “If what you’re saying is correct, you should go to the gardaí, to the board of Nama and to the C&AG.”  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Independent TD Mick Wallace has been told he should go to the Garda Síochána over his concerns about the “largest ever sale of property” in Ireland’(...)

Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Royal Bank of Scotland announced yesterday that it has agreed to sell a portfolio of Ulster Bank loans in Northern Ireland to an entity affiliated (...)

First Minister Peter Robinson described the sale of the loans to Cerberus last year as “excellent news”. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Former Nama debtors in Northern Ireland are being treated “less than sympathetically” by the US-based investment firm that bought their loans, British(...)

The debts of the ‘Racing Post’ are being sold by KPMG which is the special liquidator of IBRC, formerly Anglo Irish Bank.

A bidder for the Racing Post has withdrawn from the sale of the title’s €200 million debt and criticised the handling of the sale by Anglo Irish Ba(...)

Commercial property values in Northern Ireland today are said to  be closer to what they were back in 2001 and 2002. Photograph: Getty Images

Remember that car made in Belfast which proved to be such a lasting hit in the Back to the Future trilogy of movies? The DeLorean time machine that(...)

Eircom is expected to take a dual listing in Dublin and London, with the bulk of the proceeds of the flotation used to reduce its €2.3 billion debt pile. Photograph: Frank Miller

Eircom is finalising plans to raise €1 billion in a September stock market listing that will value the operator at more than €3 billion. The telco,(...)

Nama said the sale of its Project Eagle loan portfolio, which had a par value of €5.6 billion, represents the agency’s largest single transaction to date. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama has completed the sale of its Project Eagle loans, mostly based in the North, to Cerberus Capital Management. It said yesterday: “The portfolio, (...)