Oaktree Capital has secured planning approval to develop offices and apartments in Dublin’s docklands. South Docks Fund will build 42,500 square metre(...)

Elton John at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas: Caesars Entertainment last month announced an agreement  to  cut its debt to $8.6bn from about $18.4bn. Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Lower-ranking creditors of Caesars Entertainment moved to force the casino company’s main operating unit into bankruptcy in an attempt to block a plan(...)

Permanent TSB has confirmed the sale of its Springboard subprime mortgage book of about 2,200 mortgages to Mars Capital Ireland for an undisclosed sum(...)

Permanent TSB: an announcement on the deal is expected later this week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg/Getty Images

  Permanent TSB is believed to have agreed the sale of its Springboard subprime mortgage book to Mars Capital Ireland, a British business (...)

Private equity is reportedly bidding up the price of housing development land in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Big international private equity companies, such as Anchorage, Oaktree Capital and Centerbridge, are betting on a continuation of house-price rises(...)

Nearly two-thirds of a portfolio of mortgages being sold by the liquidators of IBRC has been purchased by two US hedge funds. The Project(...)

The Central Park site in south Dublin: the largest single property asset to be offered for sale by Nama. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Nama has reportedly drawn up a shortlist of five potential buyers for its Central Park site in south Dublin, the largest single property asset to be o(...)

Nama is to receive up to €100 million in relation to Treasury Holdings and its former chieftains Johnny Ronan (above) and Richard Barrett.

It isn’t popular to praise Nama, but sometimes the state’s favourite bad bank almost forces us into it. A muted welcome therefore for yesterday’s news(...)