Nama chair  Frank Daly at Leinster House in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) spent just in excess of €9 million on consultancy fees during the sale process for the Project Eagle port(...)

Nama’s Project Arrow includes loans secured against 1,906 properties hotograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

US fund Cerberus is poised to buy Nama’s €6.25 billion Project Arrow loans for a reported €800 million after the agency named it as the preferred bid(...)

The Treasury Building, home to Nama, in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The key architects of the deal that ultimately became Nama’s sale of its Project Eagle loans to US investor Cerberus last year were accountant David W(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly: “One thing we did learn from this, and one change we have made, is that we now always ask for a declaration from whoever is buying any portfolio that there is no success fee or any money payable to anybody connected with Nama.” Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the more interesting points that Nama chairman Frank Daly made in response to questioning by the Dáil Committee of Public Accounts on the Proje(...)

Frank Daly: ‘Nama has nothing to hide, yet it appears that our critics have nothing to prove’

We fully appreciate that politicians, the media and individual citizens have a crucial role in holding the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to (...)

Walking: Nama chairman Frank Daly and Brendan McDonagh, chief executive arriving at the Public Accounts Committee, (PAC) in Leinster House earlier this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Try as it might, the National Asset Management Agency cannot wash its hands of the controversy surrounding the €1.6 billion (£1.2 billion) sale of its(...)

Former Northern Ireland first minister Peter Robinson agreed to appear at the Stormont finance committee to discuss Project Eagle allegations. File photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

The National Asset Management Agency has insisted there was nothing corrupt about the €1.6 billion sale of its Northern Ireland property portfolio. Na(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The chairman of the National Asset Management Agency has expressed concern that there may be an agenda to stop the organisation in its tracks. (...)

Nama chairman  Frank Daly:   the loan sales process was well-managed and competitive

The National Asset Management Agency’s chairman Frank Daly has accused Wexford TD Mick Wallace of a “serious misrepresentation of the facts” in relati(...)

Nama intends to redeem at least 80 per cent of its senior debt - equivalent to €24 billion - by the end of 2015

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has said it is now 70 per cent of the way towards repaying its senior debt as it announced it has redeemed(...)