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(...)

Brendan McDonagh, left, and Frank Daly of Nama: before the Oireachtas banking inquiry committee on Wednesday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of attending an Oireachtas committee meeting will know that there’s a certain amount of security checking to go t(...)

Called to appear at the banking inquiry: Richie Boucher, Michael Buckley, Richard Burrows, Laurence Crowley, Frank Daly, Donal Forde, Robert Gallagher, Dermot Gleeson, Brian Goggin, Cormac McCarthy, Brendan McDonagh, Eugene Sheehy, Michael Torpey

Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher is one of 13 witnesses who have been summoned to appear before the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry from next(...)

Nama realised € 7.8 billion from the sale of loans and property and other assets held as security during 2014, representing 42% of its total proceeds since inception. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) generated cash of some €8.6 billion in 2014, thanks to a healthy returnfrom the sale of loans and property(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh told members of the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday that  there are 122 developers in Nama who are currently drawing a salary

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has once again rejected claims that it is too soft on developers who borrowed too much during the boom.Nam(...)

Boland’s Mill. The National Asset Management Agency has an interest in 75% of the 22 hectares that are available for docklands development and have been designated by the Government as a strategic development zone (SDZ)

After five years when no new offices were developed in Dublin, an explosion of construction activity is now being planned by various parties. By far t(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh

The National Asset Management Agency could deliver a profit of €500 million to the State when it winds down its operation in late 2017 or early 2018,(...)

 Another five years for Nama’s Frank Daly. Photograph: Eric Luke

When the Government came to power in March 2011, Frank Daly must have wondered if he would be allowed see out his five-year term as chairman of the N(...)