Cerberus Capital Management, Lone Star Funds and CarVal Investors are expected to be among the bidders for a forthcoming loan sale from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), the disposal of the €4.7 billion Project Ruby and Emerald portfolios. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

Cerberus Capital Management, Lone Star Funds and CarVal Investors are expected to be among the bidders for a forthcoming loan sale from the National (...)

Prominent Northern Ireland businessman Gareth Graham (centre) leaving Stormont after speaking to the Nama inquiry. Mr Graham is a well-known property developer in Belfast. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Businessman Gareth Graham has settled his court action against US company Cerberus, distancing himself from allegations that it made corrupt payments (...)

Depiction of Hercules and the multi-headed dog that guarded the underworld: US fund Cerberus snapped up property debts worth €18.75 billion over the last two years, including two big deals that it did with   Nama

In mythology, Cerberus was the multi-headed dog that guarded the underworld, whom Hercules subdued and brought into the daylight. It may not be a gia(...)

Ulster Bank on Dame Street: clamping down on businesses seriously behind on loan repayments in a bid to clean up its balance sheet. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ulster Bank is embarking on a fresh clampdown on businesses seriously behind on loan repayments in a bid to clean up its balance sheet. The Irish le(...)

‘Distressed’ property: Cerberus specialises in buying loans at heavy discounts secured against properties whose value has fallen dramatically. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

While it is not known yet whether US company Cerberus intends using the Republic as a base from which to manage the £13 billion (€18.5 billion(...)

Row centres on correspondence between Nama nd Independent TD Mick Wallace   Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Barry O’Halloran and MICHAEL O’REGAN State assets agency Nama said on Thursday that independent TD Mick Wallace had falsely accused it of l(...)

The Treasury Building, home to NAMA, in Dublin. Nama plans to sell two portfolios of property loans with a face value of €6 billion as it winds down its stock of risky commercial real estate debt.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) plans to sell two portfolios of property loans with a face value of €6 billion as it winds down (...)

Cerberus Capital Management’s purchase of Project Eagle loans from Nama last year for £1.2 billion is at the centre of a number of investigations. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama hired two firms caught in the fallout from the controversial sale of its Project Eagle Northern Ireland loans to work on the deal itself, documen(...)

UKAR is winding down the loans of Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley, which were nationalised during the financial crisis of 2007 to 2009

Britain’s ‘bad bank’ has sold £13 billion of loans once held by former mortgage lender Northern Rock to US private equity firm Cerberus , marking the (...)

Stormont in Belfast. Mr Kearney said the Belfast Executive should have bought the loans portfolio, which had a par value of £4.5 billion, when it was sold to Cerberus Capital Management for £1.2 billion last April

Did the Northern Ireland Executive squander an opportunity to acquire the Nama loans portfolio in the North and consequently lose out on a once-in-a-l(...)