Derek Quinlan: has held talks  about raising cash to get back into business.

Derek Quinlan, the Celtic tiger financier, has held talks with AGC Equity Partners, a Middle East and UK-based fund with $2 billion (€1.57 bil(...)

A former Nama official has been served with a book of evidence and returned for trial accused of leaking confidential information.Enda Farrell (38) wi(...)

Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008. Photograph: Courtpix

€1m racehorses Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008, just months before the credit crunch(...)

 Joe O Reilly: chairman of  Chartered Land

Andrew Gunne, the former managing director of Key Capital Real Estate, was made chief executive yesterday of Chartered Land one of Ireland’s bigges(...)

Ulster Bank chief executive Jim Brown. Photo: David Sleator

Loans tied to Independent News & Media’s headquarters, upmarket homes in Belfast and Dublin, and properties backed by developer, Paddy McKillen f(...)

Nama has briefed the Department of Finance on potential inducements for its debtors. Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is preparing to offer financial incentives to property developers in an attempt to stop its debtors dec(...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen takes aim and fires at the people he apparently most loves to hate in a ‘Vanity Fair’ interview.

Anybody considering making an enemy of Paddy McKillen might like to take a look at the August edition of Vanity Fair before they press the red button.(...)

Financier Derek Quinland came into contact with ‘plutocrats and oligarchs’ after purchasing a group of luxury London hotels, according to Vanity Fair. Photograph: Bloomberg News

Former property dealmaker Derek Quinlan, one of the most swashbuckling players of the boom-time Irish economy, has said that he doesn’t see himself ev(...)

John Mulcahy: has separately joined the private sector board of Iput, an Irish commercial real estate fund with debt-free assets of €1 billion. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennells

The former head of asset management at the National Asset Management Agency, John Mulcahy, is preparing to advise billionaire Denis O’Brien on his (...)

Battersea power station in London, which was sold by Nama and Lloyds in 2012 for €600 million and  is to be developed into £8 billion worth of apartments and shops by Malaysian investors. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) made the right decision to sell its stake in the iconic Battersea power station in London – despite cha(...)