Mark Neporent

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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(...)

Comptroller and Auditor General Séamus McCarthy had criticised Nama’s handling of a potential conflict of interest. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee hopes to report on its investigation of Nama’s €1.6 billion sale of its Northern Ireland loans at the end of the (...)

 Promontoria Eagle director Mark Neporent said Cerberus preferred to work with borrowers rather than  appointing receivers. Photograph: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

US vulture fund Cerberus appears to have cleared an €860 million loan used to buy Nama’s Northern Ireland loans in a deal that is now the subject of s(...)

 Martin McGuinness is appearing before the Public Accounts Committee on  November 16th, the day before Mark Neporent, chief operating officer of Cerberus, the New York-based investor that bought the loans, dubbed Project Eagle. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

A key executive from the US company that bought Nama’s Northern Ireland loans in a controversial €1.6 billion deal will face questions from TDs next (...)

‘Distressed’ property: Cerberus specialises in buying loans at heavy discounts secured against properties whose value has fallen dramatically. Photograph: Garry O’Neill

While it is not known yet whether US company Cerberus intends using the Republic as a base from which to manage the £13 billion (€18.5 billion(...)

The 2014 purchase by Cerberus of the Project Eagle loans is at the centre of a row over claims Northern politicians were to receive £7 million in payments from the deal.

The US company that bought the controversial Project Eagle loans from State agency Nama for €1.6 billion paid just €10,000 in tax in the Republic over(...)

The 2014 purchase by Cerberus of the Project Eagle loans is at the centre of a row over claims Northern politicians were to receive £7 million in payments from the deal.

The US company that bought the controversial Project Eagle loans from State agency Nama for €1.6 billion paid just €10,000 in tax in the Republic over(...)