Former director Michael Fingleton arriving at the inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society. File photograph: Eric Luke

An inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) is set to consider this week how it can proceed with public hearings that have effectively be(...)

Tom McMenamin was one of four senior executives at INBS that have been subject to an ongoing public inquiry into matters at INBS between August, 2004 and the end of September, 2008, when the State was forced to step in and guarantee its six main lenders.

The Central Bank has fined Irish Nationwide Building Society’s (INBS) former head of commercial lending, Tom McMenamin, €23,000 and barred him from a (...)

Irish Nationwide Building Society. KPMG had been INBS’s external auditor for three decades.

An inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society has given two partners of the failed lender’s long-time auditors, KPMG, a final deadline of December(...)

Michael Fingleton, one of four former INBS executives subject to the inquiry into seven alleged contraventions at the lender between August 2004 and September 2008.  File photograph: Alan Betson

An inquiry into alleged regulatory breaches at now-defunct Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) has been unable to resume hearings since the summe(...)

The then minister for finance, Brian Lenihan, during a  press conference at Government Buildings in September 2008 where he said the government had decided to guarantee all deposits in Irish banks. Photograph. Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland.

Two hundred and eighty words. That is how long the government’s blanket guarantee for the State’s banks was when it was published at around 6.45am on (...)

Taoiseach Brian Cowen’s government give banks a blanket guarantee.

Ten years on from the financial tumult that led to the government of the day having to guarantee the viability of the State’s banks in an historic and(...)

Michael Fingleton arriving at the Irish Nationwide inquiry at Blackhall Place. The former chief executive told the inquiry that September was his “holiday month”. File photograph: Alan Betson

German banking group Hypo Real Estate was one of the first to contact Michael Fingleton when the long-time Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) ch(...)

Former INBS  chief executive Michael Fingleton, arriving at the inquiry. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Central Bank has refused to disclose its mounting multimillion-euro legal bill for the ongoing inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society (INB(...)

Michael Fingleton objected to the inquiry hearing submissions in September because that’s his “holiday month”. File photograph: Alan Betson

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) managing director Michael Fingleton has admitted he failed to read internal audit reports at the socie(...)

2004: David Drumm, then the new CEO of Anglo Irish Bank, at  announcement of the company’s results. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

On a Saturday morning in mid-October 2015, as Americans enjoyed the beginning of a long weekend on the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival o(...)

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