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# National Asset Management Agency

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Nama says the last remaining ghost estates will be finished this year
In its annual review, Nama said it had a cash balance of €3.4 billion.
Nama's scorecard for 2014 is in, so how did they do?
They’re ahead of schedule, but how much have they made?
NAMA redeems €2.5bn in bonds
National Asset Management Agency recently reported profits of €211m.
NAMA completes largest ever loan transaction at €5.6bn
It consisted mostly of loans secured on assets in Northern Ireland.
NAMA sells €5.4bn Northern Ireland loan book but won't disclose sale price
The loan portfolio, codenamed Project Eagle, has been sold to New York based investment firm Cerberus.
NAMA redeems €750m in senior bonds from IBRC liquidation
It brings the total amount of these bonds redeemed to €1.75 billion.
NAMA has raised €16.5 billion since 2010
The bad bank raised €5.8 billion of that figure in 2013.
NAMA to attend Public Accounts Committee tomorrow over leak allegations
Committee members have expressed concern about the possibility that the allegations that have been raised in recent days would not be dealt with in some way before Christmas and New Year.
NAMA to be called before Public Accounts Committee over leak allegations
Hearings are likely to take place with National Asset Management Agency and Department of Finance officials in the New Year.
Land at South Docks to be developed for 'world-class' office facilities
Investors say the decision reflects continued confidence in Ireland as a business-friendly environment
NAMA makes €228 million profit in 2012
The company published the reports for its third year in operation today.
The NAMA advisors who work for free cost €23,000 last year
Hotels, travel and subsistence cost meant that the NAMA advisory group, which works pro-bono, cost thousands of euro last year.
Three NTMA staff earning over €200k won't take pay cut this year
Finance Minister Michael Noonan had asked the 13 staff earning over €200,000 at the National Treasury Management Agency to continue voluntary pay cuts this year but some have refused.
Union now tells IBRC staff to cooperate with NAMA over new roles
The Irish Bank Officials Association is now telling its members at IBRC to cooperate with NAMA if they are interested in roles there having previously said it was “imperative” that they did not cooperate.
NAMA loses High Court appeal over environmental information requests
The High Court finds that NAMA has a legal requirement to respond to requests for environmental data from the public.
Explainer: What happened last night? Why was IBRC liquidated? What happens now?
Why on earth were the Dáil and Seanad sitting until the small hours of this morning? This might help…
President signs legislation to liquidate IBRC into law
The President returned from his official visit to Rome yesterday to sign the emergency legislation.
NAMA ends 2012 with €3.6 billion in the bank
The agency’s end-of-year report paints a positive picture after repaying €4.75 billion in debts last year.
Court registered judgements against debtors top €1 billion in 2012
The value of judgements against commercial debtros increased by 554 per cent to almost €293 million.
Reilly discussed Balbriggan as location for primary care centre with NAMA
The Health Minister insisted that “no specific address was mentioned” in discussions with NAMA in April of this year regarding the controversial issue of locations for primary care centres.
NAMA sells 17 per cent stake in holding company to UK firm
The State’s ‘bad bank’ has announced the sale of 17 per cent of shares in its investment holding company to a UK firm.
NAMA reports €222 million profit for half-year
The agency believes its staff levels will rise over the coming months.
NAMA takes legal action against former employee over alleged data removal
The ‘bad bank’ is taking High Court action against a former employee who is alleged to have taken data without authorisation.
Sound familiar? Spain creates 'bad bank', limits bank execs pay to €500k
Some are even calling it ‘El Nama’…
High Court rejects Treasury challenge against NAMA over receivers
Treasury Holdings lose a court challenge against NAMA’s appointment of receivers over several of its businesses.
NAMA reports profit of €247 million after tax
The profit comes after the agency took a €1.27 billion hit to cover bad loans.
English court dismisses McKillen appeal against NAMA's sale of London hotel chain
NAMA says it is “delighted” at the ruling, which ensures a “very substantial financial recovery” for the agency.
NAMA: Developers' guarantees only dropped in exchange for commercial agreement
After Michael Noonan says NAMA occasionally lets developers off their guarantees, the agency says it only does so when it can expect a better payoff.
Bacon: 'Sell NAMA and create a new national mortgage bank'
Peter Bacon, the man who invented NAMA, believes the time has come for the State to consider a privatisation.
NAMA may extend pilot mortgage scheme to another 630 homes
NAMA says 32 of the 115 properties made available under its ’80:20′ scheme two weeks ago have been taken already.
Noonan has no problem with IBRC chief executive's texts to McKillen
The finance minister says Mike Aynsley’s texts, revealing the position of the board of IBRC, was “appropriate and necessary”.
NAMA pilot mortgage programme to insulate buyers from negative equity
NAMA’s pilot scheme will encourage first-time buyers to buy houses by protecting them from a 20pc fall in house prices.
Irish Glass Bottle site now subject to possible NAMA sale
While the plant – bought for €412 million at the height of the property boom – is not for sale yet, it might be soon…
'No comment' from Central Bank on report of €8m deal for Anglo HQ
Bloomberg says the Central Bank has agreed to pay €8m to buy the half-built Anglo Irish Bank HQ at North Wall Quay.
McKillen accuses brothers of acting 'unlawfully' in London hotel takeover
Reclusive developer Paddy McKillen accuses the Barclay brothers of acting illegally to win control of a luxury London hotel chain.
Chairman opposes making NAMA subject to Freedom of Information laws
Frank Daly tells an Oireachtas committee that requiring full transparency would compromise NAMA’s commercial objectives.
Minister rules out seizing NAMA properties for social housing
Jan O’Sullivan says most NAMA properties are part of the security for loans, and can’t simply be seized by the State.
Most NAMA debtors are co-operating with agency insists chairman
Frank Daly was speak to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement today.
Nama to roll out vendor finance to commercial buyers in Northern Ireland
The agency also said it hoped to offer a pilot mortgage initiative to homeowners, and insisted it would avoid engaging in “firesales”.
48 NAMA debtors tried to transfer assets out of reach
Department of Finance figures show that 48 of the 188 debtors under direct NAMA management had moved assets.