Fingleton’s accuser fights to keep home

22nd August, 2015
Brendan Beggan (right) confronts former Irish Nationwide boss Michael Fingleton outside the Employment Appeals Tribunal in 2011. Picture: Collins

Brendan Beggan, the Irish Nationwide whistleblower and former Monaghan GAA player, plans to seek an injunction next week to prevent him from being evicted from his home.

Beggan is taking the action against Mars Capital Ireland, which administers mortgages for the multibillion-dollar private equity fund Oaktree.

Oaktree acquired his debt at a discount from IBRC, which took over Irish Nationwide after the building society went bust. His action is also being taken against IBRC and...

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