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(...)

Nama: Project Eagle portfolio sold at steeper than usual discount. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

According to a source who worked on loan sales at Nama, instructions about sales often came following strategic decisions taken at board level. “Gu(...)

The website of Cerberus Capital Management, which states the private equity firm has some $25 billion (€22.5 billion) in assets under management.

Cerberus Capital Management, the US private equity firm that bought billions of euro worth of Nama loans last year, has said it did not make any impro(...)

The McGettigan family is reported to be close to asset disposal and bank refinancing that will see its loans exit Nama. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The McGettigan family, which owns a number of hotels and pubs in Ireland and overseas, is set to refinance some €25 million in loans that will see (...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh received €386,777 in remuneration last year, down from €387,210 in 2013. While his salary rose by €501 to €366,001, his taxable benefits reduced by almost €1,000 to €20,776

The National Asset Management Agency spent €400,000 in 2014 on ‘gardening leave ’ costs associated with 17 departing staff, according to the agency’s (...)

 Dundrum Town Centre: Eastdil Secured are expected to pitch the €1 billion property portfolio to sovereign funds.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama is to appoint Eastdil Secured, a subsidiary of the Wells Fargo Bank, to handle the sale of Ireland’s most valuable real estate asset, Dundrum To(...)

The Radisson Blu in Galway

The National Asset Management Agency has placed a large portfolio of loans with a face value of €600 million on the market, as the latest step in its(...)

Frank Daly, despite the best efforts of Joe Higgins to have him agree that the banks were “reckless” in the run-up the collapse, said they “displayed an attitude to lending which wasn’t rigorous”.

Remember the famous iodine tablets sent to every household for use in a nuclear emergency?The Government may have to do something similar again. Becau(...)

Brendan McDonagh was summoned to Government Buildings at 7.45pm on the night of the guarantee. He was the NTMA’s director of finance at the time. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), which manages Ireland’s national debt, was not consulted by the government about the September 2008 (...)

Frank Daly, chairman of Nama (left) and chief executive officer Brendan McDonagh appearing at the first hearing of the Nexus Phase of the banking inquiry 3:18

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has heard that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) may realise a surplus up to €1 billion by the time it comple(...)