Clairvue-Nantes paid Nama €26.6 million for the loans, secured on properties bought by Quinlan Private, a partnership led by financial adviser, Derek Quinlan, in February 2012.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

State assets agency Nama could face questions on Thursday about the sale of loans linked to boom-era property player Quinlan Private to a Luxembourg c(...)

The whistleblower, who was at the centre of the case involving the mistreatment of a profoundly intellectually disabled woman known as “Grace”, is cal(...)

Nama’s Project Arrow includes loans secured against 1,906 properties hotograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

US fund Cerberus is poised to buy Nama’s €6.25 billion Project Arrow loans for a reported €800 million after the agency named it as the preferred bid(...)

Gerard Collins. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Gerard CollinsGerard Collins won a Dáil seat in Limerick West for Fianna Fáil after the death of his father, a TD, in 1967, and went on to become a lo(...)

The new State company is working on a strategy to revive its portfolio, beginning with upgrading buildings in the Shannon Free Zone. Photograph Arthur Ellis/Press22.

More than 200 commercial properties owned by the Republic’s newest State company are empty, the Dáil Committee on Public Accounts heard yesterday. (...)

Niamh Brennan, the former chairwoman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, is due to attend before the Dáil Committee on Public Accounts to give evidence to its inquiry

The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) strongly criticised the authority’s former chairwoman, Niamh Brennan, (...)

The former Irish Glass Bottle Company site, at Ringsend, Co. Dublin. The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, Paul Maloney, appeared before the Public Accounts Committee to explain his role in the purchase of the site. (Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times)

The former chief executive of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) has strongly criticised the authority’s former chairwoman, Niamh Brenn(...)