Dundrum Town Centre: Eastdil Secured are expected to pitch the €1 billion property portfolio to sovereign funds.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama is to appoint Eastdil Secured, a subsidiary of the Wells Fargo Bank, to handle the sale of Ireland’s most valuable real estate asset, Dundrum To(...)

File photograph of Sean Dunne leaving court. Photograph: Steve Miller/ Irish Times

Developer Sean Dunne has lost his Supreme Court bid to set aside his Irish bankruptcy arising from default on loans of €164 million isued to buy pr(...)

Ulster Bank Group Headquarters

Ulster Bank has begun writing to thousands of account holders who had their loans with the institution sold to a third party late last year to advise(...)

 Richie Boucher wrote a letter of support to planners for Seán Dunne’s over-ambitious Knightsbridge-style plan for Ballsbridge.

The appearances this week at the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry of current Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher and former Ulster Bank chief exe(...)

Former Ulster Bank executives Michael Torpey (left) and Robert Gallagher speaking at the Oireachtas banking inquiry on Thursday

The former head of corporate markets at Ulster Bank told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry today that he has “no doubt” that the domestic Irish financial(...)

Dubliner Cormac Byrne: “You get to challenge your design capabilities on these kinds of projects ... They really want to do something special and different”

When Dublin-born architect Cormac Byrne starts designing multimillion-dollar homes for Wall Street types in Connecticut, he jokes with clients that(...)

Does Brian Cowen merit him being grilled for up to 20 hours when the executives who actually led the banks and almost bankrupted the State have only been required to spend about four hours each in the witness box?

The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry resumes today with Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher appearing in the morning followed after lunch by Corm(...)

The Labour Party are to rent the top floor of the Bloodstone building on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay for €484 per square metre

The Labour Party is set to move its headquarters from a convenient but old-fashioned Georgian house on Ely Place, off St Stephen’s Green, to a stunnin(...)

A file image of bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne  (right)  with his attorney James Berman outside the Federal Court in New Haven.

Bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne is alleged to be involved in a $14 million construction project in the US, while a house he developed is on the(...)

Seán Dunne: legal eam argued Irish bankruptcy laws do not allow for dual bankruptcy findings in different jurisdictions. Photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

An appeal by Seán Dunne aimed at setting aside his Irish bankruptcy has opened before the Supreme Court. Lawyers for the developer, now based in the (...)