“Depfa’s problem balance sheet would have sunk Ireland in 2008 and the German’s regulator’s acceptance that Depfa was its problem is one of the few breaks that Ireland got at the time.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Depfa saga rumbles on, with reports over the weekend that the most likely buyer for the zombified Dublin-based public-sector lender is a consortiu(...)

Even allowing for the putative €100 million profit made by Nama on selling Michael O’Flynn’s loans, there is still a potential deficit of €400-€500 million his overall account

And with one bound our hero is free! Could Michael O’Flynn be the first big property developer to successfully escape the clutches of the National Ass(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: up to five investors are understood to be willing to bid at least €950 million to buy the loans given to the property group controlled by him from Nama, although the State agency has yet to put them on the market.

Up to five investors are understood to be willing to bid at least €950 million to buy the loans given to the property group controlled by Michael O’Fl(...)

First responders help an injured person following a mass stabbing at the Cy-Fair campus of Lone Star College in northwest Houston, Texas, yesterday. Photograph: Maya Khalil/Reuters

A 20-year-old man has been charged over a stabbing spree at a Texas community college in which at least 14 people were injured. Sheriff(...)

AIB Headquarters in Ballsbridge Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

AIB has placed a portfolio of seven senior loans with a par value of £200 million on the market. The portfolio, called Project River, is expect(...)

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