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(...)

Brendan McDonagh: Nama is not overly concerned about competition from other European countries trying to offload property assets. Photograph: Eric Luke

Brendan McDonagh sat close to the front row on Wednesday in the press room of the Department of Finance. The chief executive of the National Asset Man(...)

Frank Daly (left) Chairman Nama , with Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, at a press conference following the Review of the National Asset Management Agency, at the Department of Finance. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Plans to invest €3 billion in developing Dublin’s docklands on the lines of Canary Wharf in London and delivering up to 22,000 houses and apartments i(...)

Nama chaiman Frank Daly. A new review has said the agency is meeting its strategic objectives

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has confirmed it is to become more involved in the Dublin property market as part of a plan to boost ho(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly says the agency has completed more than €5 billion in asset sales so far this year. Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency has completed more than €5 billion in asset sales so far this year, with half of this in Ireland, its chairman Fr(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly told the Public Accounts Committee that nobody in the agency was currently in receipt of a bonus but that a payment, perhaps deferred until the agency completed its work, was something that might need to be considered to incentivise staff to stay on.

The National Asset Management Agency intends to ask Minister for Finance Michael Noonan about the possibility of offering “retention payments” to staf(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh (left) with Frank Daly, chairman, after meeting Comptroller and Auditor General Séamus McCarthy. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The National Asset Management Agency has defended a decision not to set a rate of return for its business and insisted it has plenty of performance b(...)

Speaking at the launch of the agency’s report yesterday, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said the liquidation had been successful. “There is likely to be a small surplus for unsecured creditors,” he added. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is likely to deliver a profit on the bad property loans it bought from the Republic’s banks when its finis(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh said this morning that the agency is “now well ahead of schedule in getting our job done successfully” as it announced profits for the third year in a row. Photograph: Eric Luke /THE IRISH TIMES

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) saw pre-tax profits fall by 8 per cent to €283 million in 2013, as impairment charges rose to €914m. The S(...)

Nama said it will have delivered over 1,000 houses under its social housing programme by the end of 2014

The National Asset Management Agency will have to consider the long term interest of the tax payer in responding to a request from the Minister(...)