The Public Accounts Committee’s report in Project Eagle has found it was not appropriate to give preferential treatment to any organisations engaged in the final stages of a bidding process for the purchase of assets owned by the State, or involved in a tendering process under public procurement.
The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has redeemed €1.09bn of Senior Notes today, its first redemption in 2017.
Government has been accused of using a powerful Dáil committees as "patsies" after it emerged two back-room staff working on the cross-party group's Project Eagle report were secretly taken off the project, causing a two month delay in its work,
The Public Accounts Committee has heard claims of "political messing" with its inquiry into NAMA.
A former Sinn Féin Assembly member and a high-profile loyalist blogger have been reported to prosecutors in connection with allegations of witness coaching at a Stormont inquiry.
The Social Democrats are urging the Government to stop Nama selling Irish property to so-called 'vulture funds'.
The bosses of Nama have insisted there was no boardroom row over the controversial €1.6bn Project Eagle deal.
The Public Accounts Committee is recalling Nama to explain why it did not keep notes of its board meetings.
The Public Accounts Committee will hear from Nama CEO Brendan McDonagh and chairman Frank Daly today on the sale of Project Eagle.
Nama made an "eejit" out of internationally renowned deal-brokers involved in the controversial £1.2bn sale of its Northern Ireland property loans, a parliamentary committee has been told.
The Public Accounts Committee will hear evidence today from another key player in NAMA's controversial Project Eagle.
A former Nama board member has described the controversial Project Eagle deal which allegedly saw taxpayers lose out on €200m as a "superb" and "inspired" transaction.
TDs are calling on NAMA to return before the Public Accounts Committee, after its evidence was contradicted by a major bidder for its loans.
A senior Nama official told the original bidder for the Northern Irish loan book, US firm Pimco, that some other way could be found to stay in the process, despite the emergence of controversial 'fixer' fees, writes Irish Examiner Political Editor Daniel McConnell.
Nama has denied that some potential investors were discouraged from participating in the controversial £1.3bn (€1.6bn) sale of its Northern Ireland loan book, known as Project Eagle, writes Daniel McConnell of the Irish Examiner.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will today hear from top officials at the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) who dealt with the controversial Project Eagle sale.
Advisors to Nama on the sale of its Northern Ireland loan portfolio are requesting that its advice is not published by the Public Accounts Committee.
A senior Nama director has dismissed as "simply wrong" claims that Nama lost up to €210m in its controversial sale of a massive Northern Ireland property portfolio.
A former advisor to NAMA has contradicted the agency, by claiming he did have access to sensitive information about its loans.
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has insisted there was no political pressure from Stormont over the controversial sale of Project Eagle.