Former INBS managing director Michael Fingleton: has said he was not a member of the credit committee until the end of 2007, but this has been contradicted by several other witnesses to the inquiry. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) assured the financial regulator that a key committee was considering a series of credit risk reviews when it (...)

Michael Fingleton:  The answers given by former personal assistant Melody van der Berg were cut short on several occasions by her former boss. Photograph: Alan Betson

Michael Fingleton, erstwhile managing director of Irish Nationwide Building Society, is representing himself at the ongoing inquiry into alleged “cont(...)

Michael Fingleton: The answers given by former personal assistant Melody van der Berg were cut short on several occasions by her former boss. Photograph: Alan Betson

Michael Fingleton, erstwhile managing director of Irish Nationwide Building Society, is representing himself at the ongoing inquiry into alleged “cont(...)

Michael Fingleton, who is representing himself at the inquiry, began a cross-examination of Melody van der Berg and this will continue at a second day of evidence by the former personal assistant on Wednesday.

An inquiry into the actions of four former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) senior managers in the lead-up to the financial crisis will keep t(...)

The inquiry resumes next week with former INBS chief executive Michael Fingleton’s former secretary  appearing.

The failure to put some problem loans before a committee set up to deal with the issue was a failing of Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS), its (...)

Michael  Fingleton:  led Irish Nationwide from 1971 until its demise in 2009. He maintains the financial crash caused the bank’s failure, not the way it was run. Photograph: Alan Betson

A former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) manager believed there was “no point” in seeking extra staff to review its credit risk because the b(...)

The inquiry  is seeking to establish if Michael Fingleton (above) and three other former managers were involved in so-called contraventions at INBS between August 2004 and September 2008.

Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) was failing in early 2008 to meet a key recommendation from its own external auditors made 18 months previous(...)

The plaque in the sacristy of the Vatican’s Pauline Chapel, completed at a cost of €9 million in 2009. Photograph: Patsy McGarry

The third national collection to help fund the visit of Pope Francis and the World Meeting of Families in Dublin (WMoF2018) next August takes place in(...)

Michael Fingleton arriving at the Irish Nationwide inquiry in Dublin earlier in the week. Photograph: Alan Betson

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) managing director Michael Fingleton “was not a fan of the idea of establishing a committee to deal wit(...)

Michael Fingleton is one of four people subject to the Central Bank’s inquiry. Photograph: Alan Betson

Former Irish Nationwide (INBS) managing director Michael Fingleton, who is representing himself in an inquiry into alleged regulatory breaches at the (...)

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