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 (...)

The criminal investigation began after Nama made a complaint to the gardaí about the accessing and alleged distribution of commercially sensitive information. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

A former official with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has had criminal charges brought against him in relation to property dealings he(...)

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(...)

Nama said the sale of its Project Eagle loan portfolio, which had a par value of €5.6 billion, represents the agency’s largest single transaction to date. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama has completed the sale of its Project Eagle loans, mostly based in the North, to Cerberus Capital Management. It said yesterday: “The portfolio, (...)

Brendan McDonagh: “We are in discussion with the Housing Agency and local authorities. Because of the crisis they are looking at revising their guidelines.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Up to 500 apartments, due to become available in the Tallaght area of Dublin in the autumn, may be offered to people on social housing waiting lists (...)

The High Court has approved a survival scheme for the Elverys Sports operating company employing some 700 people full and part-time in 52 stores acros(...)

Michael and Thomas Bailey  arriving for a hearing of  the Flood Tribunal in 1999. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Developers Michael and Thomas Bailey are hoping to provide consultancy services to a number of their companies following the formal coming into effect(...)

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) has obtained judgment orders for €16.1 million each against two company directors from Co Meath an(...)

Northern Ireland first minister Peter Robinson described the sale as ‘excellent news’. Photograph: : Paul Faith/PA Wire

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) has finalised the sale of a portfolio of development loans owed by debtors in Northern Ireland. (...)