Brendan Mcdonagh

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The number of people  earning above €100,000 at Nama was steady at 98 last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The number of people earning over €100,000 at the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) jumped by(...)

Former Player Wills tobacco factory site on South Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The original developer of a prime Dublin site with room for hundreds of new homes is close to taking back control of the property from State agency Na(...)

Nama was told in 2015 to deliver  20,000 houses and apartments by 2020. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Nama’s retained earnings rose by 5 per cent to €3.73 billion in the three months to June as the so-called bad bank’s profits were boosted by ongoing a(...)

The number of developers working directly with Nama has dropped considerably over the years and was at one stage well in excess of 100. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There are 23 developers still in receipt of incomes from the National Asset Management Agency with the highest earning receiving €195,000 a year. Thr(...)

The then minister for finance, Brian Lenihan, during a  press conference at Government Buildings in September 2008 where he said the government had decided to guarantee all deposits in Irish banks. Photograph. Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland.

Two hundred and eighty words. That is how long the government’s blanket guarantee for the State’s banks was when it was published at around 6.45am on (...)

 Anglo-Irish bank Headquarters on St Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

Seamus Murphy was something of a maverick in Dublin’s small stockbroking community in late 2006 when he suddenly turned negative on Irish banks. That(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh: he  said recent discussion on the housing issue had been “overly-simplistic”. Photograph: Alan Betson

The gap between private housing supply and demand is unlikely to close for the next three to four years, the chief executive of the National Asset Man(...)

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(...)

Merchants Quay Shopping Centre, Cork, built by O’Callaghan Properties

State assets agency Nama could put an estimated €250 million in loans linked to late developer Owen O’Callaghan on the market in the coming weeks. Th(...)

Brendan McDonagh CEO  Nama: agency has increased its projected surplus by 17 per cent to €3.5 billion.

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe could wind up State assets agency Nama in 2020, despite hints from the organisation’s chairman Frank Daly that i(...)

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