The Stormont inquiry comes after independent TD Mick Wallace raised concerns during leaders’ questions last month.

The Stormont finance committee investigating the £1bn sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland loan book to US company Cerberus is seeking legal advice over wh(...)

British Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Theresa Villiers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee of the House of Commons has described as “strange” the failure of the Northern Ireland Executive and Cerberus (...)

Stormont’s finance committee chairman Daithí McKay is interviewed about the sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland portfolio. Photograph:  Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Members of a Stormont scrutiny committee examining allegations of financial corruption in relation to a Nama deal have expressed frustration with the (...)

Sinn Féin’s Daithí McKay: “Nama have a responsibility to come before the committee to answer questions and it is disappointing that Michael Noonan has so far not responded”

The Sinn Féin chairman of the Stormont finance committee Daithí McKay has criticised the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan over Nama’s refusal to(...)

Mick Wallace: he said only a “US vulture fund” was likely to have the wherewithal to purchase the hundreds of loans in the portfolio

Independent TD Mick Wallace has called on Minister for Finance Michael Noonan to suspend the Nama sale of the Project Arrow portfolio of Irish and Bri(...)

Mick Wallace said he spoke to two gardaí: “They were pretty sharp individuals, so hopefully they have the wherewithal to sort it.” Photograph: Eric Luke

and The Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation will carry out inquiries to test the veracity of allegations of corruption and bribery at the National (...)

Mick Wallace said he spoke to two gardaí: “They were pretty sharp individuals, so hopefully they have the wherewithal to sort it.” Photograph: Eric Luke

and The Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation will carry out inquiries to test the veracity of allegations of corruption and bribery at the National (...)

Claims that a Nama official asked for ‘cash in a bag’ to allow a construction firm exit the agency are to be investigated by the Garda fraud squad.

The Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation, which investigates serious allegations of white collar crime, is carrying out the inquiry in Independent TD M(...)

Independent TD Mick Wallace met two senior gardaí last week and gave them information related to allegations he made in the Dáil. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times 4:09

Independent TD Mick Wallace has formally told gardaí about allegations he made about the National Asset Management Agency recently. He made allegatio(...)

Mick Wallace has claimed a construction company made two cash payments to exit  National Asset Management Agency. 4:09

Independent TD Mick Wallace has claimed a construction company made two payments of €15,000 “in a bag” to exit the National Asset Management Agency (N(...)