Gerry Barrett, a former maths teacher turned developer, is one of the largest remaining clients of Nama.

The National Asset Management Agency has appointed estate agent Cushman & Wakefield to sell a €778 million loan portfolio secured on property form(...)

Halifax withdrew from the Irish market in 2010 and continues to run down its Irish mortgage book. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

UK lender Lloyds has offloaded a € 1.1 billion portfolio of 4,000 Irish non-perfroming residential mortgages to US private equity fund Lone Star.Lloyd(...)

Sub-prime lender Start Mortgages expanded agressively during the boom but was hit by the bust. It reported a loss of €26mn in the year to March 31st 2014.

Investec is to sell its Irish sub-prime mortgage arm Start Mortgages to private equity firm Lone Star Funds for an undisclosed sum. The sale was initi(...)

Paul Doddrell, CEO Pepper Ireland

Specialist loan portfolio and property manager Pepper Asset Servicing made a pre-tax profit of €4.3 million in its first full year of operation in Ir(...)

Sir Anthony O Reilly

When he asked for a six-month stay on executing €45 million of judgments by AIB, Sir Anthony O’Reilly said he feared it would cause “great anxiety”(...)

Irish Life’s purchase of 2 Grand Canal Square will be seen as a landmark deal at a time when rents seem set to rise significantly.

Fears that the commercial property investment market is overheating have emerged following the sale of an office block in the south Dublin dockland(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly is locked in negotiations with AIB in relation to his multimillion euro debts. Photograph: Alan Betson

Sir Anthony O’Reilly is locked in negotiations with AIB in relation to his multimillion euro debts in advance of the State-controlled bank seeking a s(...)

Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is trying to force Sir Anthony O’Reilly, the one-time billionaire and former chief executive of Independent News & Media (...)

TVC Holdings executive chairman  Shane Reihill. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

The directors of TVC Holdings haven’t completely killed it off just yet, but the investment company is now officially on death row and ready to meet i(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: ‘We note that these loans have now been sold to Blackstone and we believe this will assist us in responding to the opportunities we see in our markets in Ireland, the UK and Europe.’  Photograph: Alan Betson

Developer Michael O’Flynn’s property and construction group is unlikely to have to repay all of the €1.8 billion debt that State agency Nama is sellin(...)