Johnny Ronan was one of the highest profile developers during the property boom that ultimately led to the Republic’s financial crash in 2008.

Developer Johnny Ronan has repaid his debts to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) using cash raised from US and UK investors.Mr Ronan was one(...)

JLL says 95 per cent of investment transactions in Q1 were for Dublin assets while 93 per cent of total volumes were for offices with retail at 4 per cent and mixed-use at 2 per cent. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

New research from agent JLL suggests the Irish property investment market got off to a solid start this year with almost €1 billion transacted in Q1, (...)

The action by the special liquidators to the IBRC had alleged breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of duty of care against the members of Irish Nationwide’s  former board. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has settled its action against a number of former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society. (...)

The Moore Street buildings, the scene of the last acts of the Easter Rising,  were declared a national monument in 2007 but have been derelict for years. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Moore Street site which was the last place where the rebels held out during the Easter Rising is to be bought by the State for €4 million. The Cab(...)

Johnny Ronan is reportedly being backed by US investment funds.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Barring any last-minute hiccups, Johnny Ronan (above) is due to exit Nama tomorrow. Just what exiting Nama entails is a moveable feast but it appears (...)

Dublin-based KnowledgeBase has unveiled an interactive online learning resource aimed at businesses.The platform includes video tutorials and can also(...)

Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton. At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker, said Mr Fingleton had not identified anything in the terms and conditions of the loan that he might rely on in a defence. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton has failed to prevent a bank getting a judgment against him for €5.74 milli(...)

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 (...)

Grangegorman squat: the site fell under the remit of Nama and is soon to be offered for sale through receivers Ernst & Young with a guide of €4.2 million. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The ramshackle collection of houses and warehouses at the corner of Grangegorman Lower and Brunswick Street, that has been occupied by squatters since(...)

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan:  Believed to be just days away from exiting from Nama

Irish property developer Johnny Ronan is believed to be just days away from exiting from the National Asset Management Agency. The Irish Times (...)