The NTMA’s board initiated a process in June to find a successor to Conor O’Kelly, the current chief executive of the agency, as he prepares to step down next year

The National Treasury Management Agency’s (NTMA) director of funding and debt management, Frank O’Connor, and the Department of Finance’s banking hea(...)

Nama’s chief executive Brendan McDonagh. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

Nama’s chief executive Brendan McDonagh, the Department of Finance’s banking head Des Carville and Dara Deering, head of Home Building Finance Ireland(...)

Project Ireland 2040 includes a range of projects that will cost, in some instances, hundreds of millions of euro – such as the Metrolink, the north runway at Dublin Aiport, and the Luas Green Line capacity enhancement. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some bodies responsible for delivering the €116 billion “Project Ireland” infrastructure plan will face “significant capability challenges”, a report (...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh has announced that a structural remediation programme will begin on Thursday.

Remediation works on 22 schools found to have structural flaws last year are expected to be completed by the end of the year, the Department of Educat(...)

Owen Keegan warned the housing committee that developing the social housing on the docklands site would be an expensive task. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin City Council has entered negotiations with Nama over the purchase of land to accommodate up to 600 social and affordable homes at the Glass Bot(...)

The opening came as the previous head of the division, Colin Hunt, was named before Christmas as AIB’s new chief executive.

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) is set to lose recently-hired senior official Cathy Bryce, who has decided to rejoin AIB to head its co(...)

Tony McLoughlin: “I have been raising this every week with the Minister and the OPW, and, indeed, before that with the previous minister Frances Fitzgerald”

Over a year after rank-and-file gardaí in Sligo walked out of their station in protest at conditions there, the Minister for Justice has admitted to l(...)

Oireachtas Committee on Finance Committee chair John McGuinness said he did not accept the Department of Public Expenditure’s position that “you just write policy and then you sit back”.

The State was not a party to contracts to build schools and an institute of education that have collapsed and now threaten more than 100 small subcont(...)

Sammon Contracting entered examinership in April, citing the ‘devastating collapse’ of Carillion as the main cause in its High Court application. File photograph: Alan Betson

Sammon Contracting received 98 per cent of payments for their work on school building project, that stalled after the firm entered liquidation in June(...)

The €100 million State school-building programme was stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion. Fears are growing that the schools will not be ready on time for their scheduled September opening. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

One of the banks funding a €100 million State school-building programme, stalled by the collapse of UK giant Carillion, confirmed that it is working w(...)

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