Nama chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Assembly committee of making ‘unsubstantiated and unfounded’ claims in a report on the State body’s controversial Project Eagle sale. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Nama chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Assembly committee of making “unsubstantiated and unfounded” claims in a report on the State body’s co(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: criticised by the Northern Ireland Assembly committee for failing to suspend the auction. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan could not have halted the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) Project Eagle sale when a conflict of interes(...)

In March 2014 Nama found that Pimco had agreed to pay £5 million each to Frank Cushnahan, who had resigned from Nama’s Northern Ireland Advisory Committee the previous November, US lawyers Brown Rudnick and Belfast solicitors, Tughans.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama), US companies Cerberus and Pimco, and the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, all came under fire this w(...)

National Asset Management Agency (Nama) chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Ireland Assembly Committee of making “unsubstantiated and unfounded” claims in a report on the State body’s controversial Project Eagle sale.

National Asset Management Agency (Nama) chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Ireland Assembly Committee of making “unsubstantiated and unfounded(...)

Frank Cushnahan: Nama said he  never disclosed any interest to it relating to Pimco or its attempts to buy the loan portfolio. Photograph: Press Eye

Belfast businessman Frank Cushnahan was directly engaged in a plan to sell Nama’s Northern Ireland loans, that would involve a £15 million (€20.4 m(...)

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson with Taoiseach Enda Kenny:  Cerberus wrote the letter ahead of a meeting between the company, Mr Robinson, his special adviser and the north’s then Minister of Finance, Simon Hamilton. Photograph: Alan Betson

US investor Cerberus told Northern Ireland’s First Minister, Peter Robinson, that it would write down developers’ €6 billion debts and cancel person(...)

Nama bought  £33 million debt from Bank of Ireland and sold it to Cerberus as part of Project Eagle. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Belfast developer Gareth Graham has had detailed discussions with two US law enforcement agencies regarding the €1.6 billion sale of Nama’s Northern I(...)

Mick Wallace claimed €45m in “fixer fees” were paid during the sale of the northern Irish property loans to New York company Cerberus in early 2014. Photograph: The Irish Times

Belfast developer Gareth Graham is to meet United States law enforcement agencies on Friday to discuss his claims about State agency Nama’s €1.6 billi(...)