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Fingleton’s big play won’t be simple

There’s only one thing missing from Michael Fingleton’s hit parade as Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) gets its ducks in a row before landing up to €1.5 billion for its members.

28th October, 2006

There’s only one thing missing from Michael Fingleton’s hit parade as Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) gets its ducks in a row before landing up to €1.5 billion for its members.

The society’s 125,000 shareholder members and its staff have been willing sellers for a long time, while the government moved earlier this year to remove the remaining legal obstacles standing in the way of Fingleton’s quest to demutualise and cash...

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