The Irish Nationwide thread


#421

Anglo asked Fingleton to repay €1m bonus -> rte.ie/news/2011/0929/fingletonm.html

Still waiting…

Noonan pushes for repayment of Fingleton’s Irish Nationwide bonus -> businessetc.thejournal.ie/noonan … 0-Sep2011/


#422

Fingleton pension company makes loss - Colm Keena -> irishtimes.com/newspaper/fin … 48560.html


#423

irishtimes.com/newspaper/bre … ing47.html


#424

Fingleton rejects banking claims - Kitty Holland -> irishtimes.com/newspaper/bre … ing47.html

personal bank, really…?

McCreevy was given €1.6m loan by Fingleton -> independent.ie/national-news … 84611.html


#425

Martin demands publication of Irish Nationwide report - -> irishexaminer.com/breakingne … 32178.html


#426

Why didn’t he fucking publish it then?


#427

Opposition: Publish Nationwide report now - Shaun Connolly -> irishexaminer.com/ireland/op … 79482.html


#428

Fingers moved his money offshore immediately after a court judgment against him:

independent.ie/national-news … 95793.html


#429

:laughing: Attempts at intimidation…


#430

I think this shows exactly how “lite touch” our Anti Money Laundering regulations and enforcement are, and how they stack up against Montenegro’s.

Considering we have over 1000 qualified accountants churned out every year, we can’t seem to deploy them more effectively than 400 quid an hour to manage credit unions.

Its becoming more and more obvious that the only mistake the elites are making is moving themselves and their cash out of the country (aside maybe from the usual offshore hot spots which have dark secrecy laws)

Ireland is no nearer to becoming accountable for money laundering then when we opened the doors in the IFSC haven. We did this to get our hands on service fees that dirty money would bring. And in time we will close the doors when we realise the same lack of enforcement is leading to massive flight of money with is rightfully ours (via the banks). This will be another clear case of shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted.


#431

Did he really say “respectively” and “blatent”?

Did he really capitalise libel and lawyers?


#432

… and ‘perpretated’?


#433

Fingleton’s offshore accounts are probed - Dearbhail McDonald -> independent.ie/national-news … 07696.html


#434

Fingleton loans: the golden circle - Tom Lyons -> independent.ie/business/iris … 10317.html


#435

Fingleton seeks share of development - Simon Carswell -> irishtimes.com/newspaper/fin … 22520.html


#436

Building society dismissal case ends - Cian Nihill -> irishtimes.com/newspaper/ire … 00848.html


#437

Appleby’s successor will need to be more proactive with investigations - Matt Cooper - irishexaminer.com/opinion/co … 82413.html

The “regulator” under Liam O’Reilly knew about the fiction of the loan approvals years before it became public, they sent a letter and sat on their hands.


#438

Warnings over Fingleton’s toxic €5bn Nationwide fatally ignored - Tom Lyons -> independent.ie/business/iris … 24276.html

It took them until 2006 to spot this? Like hell it did, this sounds like a CYA exercise. Lets see what they do in Britain

Record fine for PwC over audit failures -> rte.ie/news/2012/0106/pricew … opers.html


#439

Reports on toxic Nationwide sent on to the gardai - Tom Lyons -> independent.ie/business/iris … 31848.html


#440

Developer’s €40m hotel plan in Montenegro runs into trouble - Dearbhail McDonald -> independent.ie/business/iris … 30579.html