Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh told members of the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday that  there are 122 developers in Nama who are currently drawing a salary

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has once again rejected claims that it is too soft on developers who borrowed too much during the boom.Nam(...)

The Wicklow couple want injunctions preventing Nama bringing enforcement action against them for any purported non-compliance. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A couple have claimed demands by the National Assets Management Agency requiring them to provide additional security for continuing loan facilities co(...)

Life Style Sports has leased an amalgamated property at 57/58 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Irish retailer Life Style Sports is to open a flagship store in two newly amalgamated buildings at 57/58 Grafton Street, Dublin 2. The letting wi(...)

hildren in an Oranjekloof School classroom in Hout Bay, Cape Town. Photograph: Rogan Ward

Despite losing an estimated €150 million in the Irish property crash, philanthropist Niall Mellon says he is committed to continuing with his chari(...)

 Palmerstown house and estate near Nass in Co Kildare.

The Comer Group plans to create 100 full and part-time jobs at Palmerstown estate over the next year, a hotel it took over from Nama.Palmerstown hou(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: as he departs to the new Court of Appeal, there is widespread agreement on the Commercial Court’s efficiency

When the new fast-track Commercial Court was set up a decade ago, the aim was to radically change the litigation landscape to achieve speedy determina(...)

For Sale signs at Charlotte Quay Dock apartments, Ringsend Road, Dublin.

House prices outside Dublin are now rising at their fastest rate for seven years, suggesting recovery in the market is no longer confined to the ca(...)

 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 (...)