Glittering: the theatre on its opening night, in March 2010. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

It is now all but certain that the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, the best-appointed performance space on the island, will be sold off by Nama-appointed re(...)

 Businessman Harry Crosbie. Photograph: Collins

The National Assets Management Agency is entitled to enforce a €77 million judgment against certain assets of businessman Harry Crosbie, a High Court (...)

Harry Crosbie: claims he is being “bullied” by Nama and has objected to a maximum of €5,000 in monthly living expenses, among other conditions. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Harry Crosbie lost up to €20 million investing in shares in Yahoo and AIB at the peak of the boom. Mr Crosbie’s failed investment t(...)

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre at Grand Canal Dock. Photograph: Alan Betson

The first thing to grasp about the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, the premium arts venue in Ireland that is now being offered for sale by Nama for just (...)

To argue that we need to be “another Canary Wharf”, displays both poverty of imagination and a lack of understanding of the businesses that are based in London’s docklands. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

For many businesses, first-mover advantage is everything. Entry barriers come in many shapes and sizes but few work better, or for longer, than simply(...)

The then taoiseach Brian Cowen tours the Grand Canal Theatre with Harry Crosbie ahead of its opening in March 2010. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatrein the Dublin docklands, is to be offered for sale on the international market at over €20 million – a long way short of t(...)

Lawyers for businessman Harry Crosbie say Nama has not said if it intends to enforce a €77 million judgment against the family homes of him and his s(...)

Harry Crosbie in the O2 arena in 2008. Mr Crosbie is alleging that Nama is not entitled to enforce some €77 million loans against him or seek his bankruptcy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Mary CarolanThe National Assets Management Agency (Nama) is to seek orders striking out an action by businessman Harry Crosbie alleging the agency is (...)

Nama claims Mr Crosbie failed to disclose substantial assets to the agency and paid his wife €1.4 million just prior to it taking over his loans in 2010

Businessman Harry Crosbie has accused the National Assets Management Agency (Nama) of trying to “bully” and “bulldoze” him and will ask the courts nex(...)

Developer Harry Crosbie, whose companies owe Nama about €430 million, is to ask the High Court to prevent Nama from pursuing him further over his debts, to remove Grant Thornton as receivers to the theatre, and “compensate Mr Crosbie for leaks made by Nama of personal information regarding his financial affairs”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Harry Crosbie, the Dublin docklands developer who built Point Village and the Grand Canal Theatre, has launched a lawsuit against the National Asset M(...)