Tough last lap for Fingleton

Even though it was thought it would take less than six months for Irish Nationwide to find a buyer, the hunt is now in its seventeenth month, writes David Clerkin.

8th December, 2007

Even though it was thought it would take less than six months for Irish Nationwide to find a buyer, the hunt is now in its seventeenth month, writes David Clerkin.

The long awaited sale of the Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) started out as a lap of honour for Michael Fingleton, but it is becoming increasingly likely that the society’s veteran managing director will be relieved if he manages to even stumble over the finishing...

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