Frank Boyd

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National Asset Management Agency chief executive Brendan McDonagh and chairman Frank Daly. The agency did not comment on news that two men, Frank Cushnahan and Ian Coulter, are to face charges. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

What was Project Eagle? Project Eagle was the name given to the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) Northern Ireland property loans, sold to US(...)

Mr Boyd’s company, Killultagh Estates, sued Nama seeking the return of more than £4.7 million (€5.6 million) in payments linked to interest rate agreements, which the developer argued weren’t legally due because the payments were originally authorised only over the phone. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Nama has won a bitter court case in London against Frank Boyd, a property developer and one of the wealthiest men in the North. Mr Boyd’s company, Ki(...)

Nama chairman Frank Daly and chief executive Brendan McDonagh have been forced to defend the agency’s decision to sell its Project Eagle loans in Northern Ireland to Cerberus. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

New figures show the US vulture fund that bought the National Asset Management Agency’s Northern Ireland property loans in a controversial deal had co(...)

 Frank Cushnahan: According to Frank Connolly’s book, Chinese investors secretly approached by Mr Cushnahan were prepared to pay £1 billion for some of Nama’s loans.

Chinese investors secretly approached by former National Asset Management Agency adviser Frank Cushnahan were prepared to pay £1 billion for some of t(...)

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(...)