Thursday December 5, 2019

The Fingleton Files: Everything you know is wrong

Michael Fingleton came out swinging as he faced down his questioners at the banking inquiry last week

6th September, 2015
Michael Fingleton appeared in front of the Banking Inquiry on Wednesday

It was time for answers. Finally. Six years after he exited Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) with a €1 million bonus and a retirement present of an expensive watch, Michael Fingleton had returned, called before the banking inquiry. A crack team of politicians with a multimillion-euro budget were going to put the former managing director of Irish Nationwide on the ropes with relentlessly precise questioning.

At least, that was the plan. What happened?

Well, Fingleton...

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