Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir has agreed to appear before Stormont’s finance committee over the NAMA ‘coaching scandal’.
The committee met on Wednesday to discuss allegations that its former chair Daithí McKay had contact with witness Jamie Bryson.
Finance cttee hears the Standards Commissioner will suspend his investigation into the coaching scandal while the PSNI carry out an inquiry
The date of Mr Ó Muilleoir’s appearance is yet to be arranged.
Sinn Féin committee member Caitríona Ruane said the minister has done nothing wrong and hit out at what she called a “political witch hunt”.
She said Sinn Féin has nothing to hide.
Six people remain under criminal investigation over NI's biggest ever property sale, according to the head of the National Crime Agency.
Maírtín Ó Muilleoir insists he has no questions to answer over the Jamie Bryson coaching scandal which forced MLA Daithí McKay to resign.
A former Nama adviser has rejected allegations he was to receive a success fee connected to the sale of the Northern Ireland portfolio.