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(...)

A person who suffered even mild sexual abuse as a child in an institution could have had their lives destroyed. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The Irish redress scheme for people abused in institutional care resulted in a high level of legal fees relative to the total awards granted, accordin(...)

An offer from the Christian Brothers to transfer land worth €127 million to the State as part of its contribution towards redress for people abused in(...)

The Commission of Inquiry into Child Abuse, which led to the Ryan Report, was set up in 1999 and cost an estimated €82 million. Photograph: The Irish Times

The child abuse inquiry and subsequent redress scheme set up to compensate people who suffered abuse in institutions run by the religious orders cost (...)

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 (...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh: he faces questions over lack of records on discussions at  meetings.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh and chairman Frank Daly face questions over why records detailing discussions at meetings critical to its contro(...)

 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(...)

Ronnie Hanna: The UK’s National Crime Agency arrested him in Northern Ireland in Junephotograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Former Nama executive Ronnie Hanna has told TDs that he remains under caution following his arrest earlier this year by police investigating the fall(...)

 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 (...)

Sample Public Services Card

The cost of developing the Government’s Public Services Card rose from an estimated €19.8 million in 2012, to just under 60 million in 2015, according(...)

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