The Irish Nationwide thread


#1

Thats all I got

(Edited the title)


#2

[*Irish Nationwide Chairman resigns * (https://www.rte.ie/business/2009/0217/inbs.html)


#3

EDIT, it isnt Fingers, it is Michael Walsh, my bad.


#4

About time


#5

Take a sip of coffee Fingleton, because you’re next.


#6

IF that is the case, IMHO, it places the spot light squarely on the board members.

Blue Horseshoe


#7

A Dr Michael Walsh is his name.


#8

merged 2 topics (first posts within a minute of each other)


#9

Meant Fingers, :cry:


#10

removing Fingers might not be the best course of action. I get the impression that he might be the only one who knows all the risks.(an inoperable tumor type of situation)


#11

What revelations on INBS are we going to get this week.


#12

Indeed, will we be given the full whammy or just finger food?
Will it be thumbs up or thumbs down?
Will the Government adopt a hands off approach?

:nin 8)


#13

Yay! Another one gone. Only another 100 or so crooks to get rid of.


#14

Decision is being described as ‘unexpected’.


#15

Dr Michael Walsh - close colleague of D Desmond Esq. I think he is executive director (was anyhow) of IIU, DD;s investment holding company.
He is also a ne director of Amarin Plc


#16

Why did he resign?


#17

Gutted, I thought it was “Fingers” who had finally been taken out.

Only a matter of time though.


#18

Furious George looked Baffled George tonight - he seemed to say that there was a smoking gun bit then said there wasnt. I suspect he knows …


#19

Does the mysterious reappearance of Michael Lynn have anything to do with it I wonder?


#20
  • Prestige… Gone…

  • No real money for doing it…

  • Chance of being implicated in something shady? Mahoosive!

GET THE FLOCK OUT!

There is no incentive for a moderately reputable Irish or international business person to associate themselves at the Chairman or director level in Irish Banking.