New claims have emerged about how one Nama developer was approached about the possibility of buying his loans back from an investment fund, months before they were sold by Nama.
The claims were made by independent TD Mick Wallace in the Dáil this afternoon.
Deputy Wallace says one developer was approached by so-called "fixers" who were looking to sell his loans back to him, before the sale process began.
He said this might be linked to the fact that the asking price for the loans was lowered just when the sale began.
He said: "Can you tell me Taoiseach why the reserve price was reduced by €60m.
"Could you find out if this might be connected to reports of a developer whose loans were in Project Eagle and he came to Nama to complain about being approached by fixers who were looking for a backhand in order for him to buy his loans back at 50p in the pound from Cerberus in the Autumn of 2013, months before Cerberus even bought it?
"Can you find out Taoiseach if Nama did a deal with this developer?"