Nama expects to return €4 billion to the State once its work is completed. The agency has already repaid €30.2 billion that it borrowed to buy the banks’ debts after it began work in 2009.

Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance, will allow the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to extend its work to 2025. The Department of Finan(...)

Demands by the National Assets Management Agency’s for repayment of €32 million outstanding on loans obtained for Dublin property investments was valid and lawful, the  High Court has ruled.  Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The National Assets Management Agency’s demand for repayment of €32 million outstanding in 2014 on loans obtained by a man for Dublin property investm(...)

At the Commercial Court on Monday, Mr Justice Robert Haughton granted an application by Cairn Homes to fast-track a judicial review.

A legal challenge to a proposed development of 96 homes in Dublin is to be fast-tracked at the Commercial Court. The planned development on lands at(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Nama chairman Frank Daly at the launch of the agency’s annual report on Thursday. Photograph: Laura Hutton

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) could seek partners within weeks to build thousands of new homes on one of the Republic’s biggest developm(...)

Gayle Killilea: insisted that she was ultimate decision-maker, even as her husband served as Mountbrook USA’s only employee and CEO at no salary. Photograph: Collins Courts

On her second day of testimony in the American civil trial of her husband Seán Dunne, Gayle Killilea faced a blizzard of emails appearing to show Mr D(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said refocusing would aid in the delivery of Project Ireland 2040, a €116bn national development plan unveiled in February. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Government has decided to refocus the €8 billion Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) from a broad investment strategy to focus on dealing wit(...)

Cherrywood in south Dublin: undeveloped land bank is set to become new town centre.

To much fanfare, the Government identified Cherrywood as south Dublin’s newest suburb back in 2010. Wedged southeast of Carrickmines and northwest of (...)

Representatives from Tyrrelstown GAA club and receivers acting on behalf of Nama will meet on Thursday evening to discuss the future of the club’s onl(...)

Nama developer: Michael O’Flynn leaving the Four Courts in 2014. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Data Protection Commissioner will decide within two weeks whether the National Asset Management Agency failed to provide the developer brothers Mi(...)

The Health Service Executive and child protection agency Tusla accounted for €1.9 billion of the €2.2 billion legal compensation costs to the State in 2016.

The total cost of outstanding compensation claims against the State jumped 22 per cent to €2.2 billion by the end of last year, figures published on F(...)

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