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Nama chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Assembly committee of making ‘unsubstantiated and unfounded’ claims in a report on the State body’s controversial Project Eagle sale. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Nama chairman Frank Daly has accused a Northern Assembly committee of making “unsubstantiated and unfounded” claims in a report on the State body’s co(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: criticised by the Northern Ireland Assembly committee for failing to suspend the auction. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan could not have halted the National Asset Management Agency’s (Nama) Project Eagle sale when a conflict of interes(...)

In March 2014 Nama found that Pimco had agreed to pay £5 million each to Frank Cushnahan, who had resigned from Nama’s Northern Ireland Advisory Committee the previous November, US lawyers Brown Rudnick and Belfast solicitors, Tughans.

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama), US companies Cerberus and Pimco, and the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, all came under fire this w(...)

Prominent Northern Ireland businessman Gareth Graham (centre) leaving Stormont after speaking to the Nama inquiry. Mr Graham is a well-known property developer in Belfast. Photograph: Arthur Allison/Pacemaker Press

Businessman Gareth Graham has settled his court action against US company Cerberus, distancing himself from allegations that it made corrupt payments (...)

Former Nama Northern Ireland Advisory Committee member Frank Cushnahan: he was recorded telling two other business people that he had contacted Mr Hanna on a number of occasions to prevent “people’s lights going out”. Photograph:  Press Eye

No individual in Nama has the power to start or stop debt enforcement proceedings against its clients, the organisation said on Tuesday. Claims made(...)

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(...)

 Mick Wallace: “We’re probably not going to get the whole truth until we have a proper independent commission of inquiry”

Renewed calls for the establishment of an investigation to examine the purchase of the National Assets Management Agency’s Northern Ireland property p(...)

US company Cerberus paid Nama £1.3 billion for Project Eagle, a portfolio of £4.3 billion in property loans. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The former National Assets Management Agency adviser at the centre of the row over its Project Eagle sale claimed he was meant to receive €7.7 million(...)

Mick Wallace caused controversy last year when he raised questions over Cerberus’s purchase of a group of Northern Ireland-linked loans, called Project Eagle, from Nama for €1.6bn. Photograph: Brian Gavin/Press 22

Independent TD Mick Wallace’s €2 million dispute with US private equity fund Cerberus is due before the High Court today. Cerberus is bidding to enf(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh: he said  that many of the developers are “not satisfied” with a profit of €20,000 per house and want to wait until prices rise to the point where it reaches €50,000 or more. Photograph: Frank Miller

Developers are stalling on building new houses so that they can boost potential profits, National Asset Management Agency (Nama) chief executive Bren(...)

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