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(...)

Nama chairman  Frank Daly and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has announced the reappointment of Frank Daly to the board of Nama, effective from December 22nd. Mr Daly will con(...)

The number of ghost estates in the country is much less than was originally expected when Nama was first established in December 2009, Nama Chairman Frank Daly has said. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Nama chairman Frank Daly has played down suggestions of a property bubble similar to that of the 2000s, saying both lenders and borrowers are acting m(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly  at a meeting of the parliamentary Labour Party  at White’s hotel, Wexford, yesterday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The National Asset Management Agency is to provide the upfront funding for social housing under proposals being considered by the Government as one o(...)

Josephine Feehily, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, told staff yesterday she is to retire shortly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The search is on for a new head of the Revenue Commissioners after the current chairman Josephine Feehily informed staff yesterday that she is to reti(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: meeting in Fota Island will be dominated by forthcoming budget. Photograph: Maxwells

A little like pre-season friendlies in soccer, Irish politics eases itself into the autumn with the “away” parliamentary meetings, or think-ins as the(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh. Photograph: Eric Luke

The pace of staff departures at the National Asset Management Agency appears to be quickening. Figures provided to The Irish Times show that 24 staff(...)