Where has Fingleton’s money gone?
A €27 million pension pot, property investments in Ireland, Montenegro and Spain – and yet Fingleton is still feeling the pinch
The wealth, or otherwise, of Michael Fingleton has long been a source of great speculation. In his final year in charge of the society alone, he left with a pay, bonus, fees and benefits package of €2.4 million. Cumulatively over 40 years his overall earnings from the society run to well over €20 million.
He had a pension pot valued at €27 million in 2007, as well as a substantial property portfolio in Ireland, Montenegro and Spain.
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