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Frank Cushnahan is a former member of Nama’s Northern Ireland advisory committee.

Stripping away its complexities, Project Eagle boils down this: Nama sold a collection of assets that ultimately belonged to the Irish people to US co(...)

Frank Cushnahan: last December his legal team told the Stormont inquiry chairman that it would “not engage” with him

Stormont politicians have made one last attempt to persuade Nama’s former advisor Frank Cushnahan to co-operate with their inquiry into the £1.2 bill(...)

Frank Cushnahan:  well known in Belfast business circles, he knew many of Nama’s big debtors. Photograph: Press Eye

US-based Cerberus Capital’s purchase in 2014 of the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) Northern Ireland loans for £1.241 billion (€1.593 billio(...)

Stormont in Belfast: Nama provided the Stormont committee investigating the €1.6 billion deal with documents including a  letter to Frank Cushnahan

The controversy over the National Asset Management Agency’s sale of its loans to borrowers in Northern Ireland is continuing to roll on. The St(...)

Row centres on correspondence between Nama nd Independent TD Mick Wallace   Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Barry O’Halloran and MICHAEL O’REGAN State assets agency Nama said on Thursday that independent TD Mick Wallace had falsely accused it of l(...)

Cerberus Capital Management’s purchase of Project Eagle loans from Nama last year for £1.2 billion is at the centre of a number of investigations. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama hired two firms caught in the fallout from the controversial sale of its Project Eagle Northern Ireland loans to work on the deal itself, documen(...)

The Treasury Building, home to Nama, in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The key architects of the deal that ultimately became Nama’s sale of its Project Eagle loans to US investor Cerberus last year were accountant David W(...)

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(...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin again called for a commission of investigation into the controversial “Project Eagle” sale to a US investment company, concluded in 2014.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins.

A “group of shadowy individuals was stitching up” a deal on the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) sale of the loans on 800 properties in Norther(...)

Jamie Bryson leaving Parliament Buildings in Belfast where he gave evidence to Stormont’s finance committee on the controversial sale of Nama’s NI assets to a US investor. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Project Eagle story dates back to June 2013, when DUP politician Sammy Wilson told the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan that US lawyers Brown R(...)

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