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Fingleton yet to repay €1m "bonus" to Irish Nationwide. Lenihan is "disappointed".


yehbut_nobut

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Fingleton yet to repay €1m "bonus" to Irish Nationwide. Lenihan is "disappointed".

MICHAEL FINGLETON, the former chief executive of Irish Nationwide, has failed to repay a €1 million bonus to the building society, five months after undertaking to do so.
Irish Nationwide said yesterday that it had made repeated efforts to recover the money but had not yet been successful. Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan is known to be disappointed that the repayment has not been made.
Fingleton yet to repay €1m to Irish Nationwide - The Irish Times - Tue, Sep 01, 2009

Awwww.. poor wee Brian is disappointed... :( everybody give him a big hug....
 

rhonda15

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Sue the son of a b*tch to within an inch of his life
 

Raketemensch

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He bought houses with the bonus the second he got it. He expected to have them flipped by now:lol:
 

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While the rest of us are losing jobs and taking pay and pension cuts, lets remember,,,

The payment formed part of a €2.4 million pay package for 2008, with Mr Fingleton also the sole beneficiary of a €27.6 million pension scheme.
 
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bormotello

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Good example how developers will be pursued
 

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Whiole the rest of us are losing jobs and taking pay and pension cuts, lets remember,,,


The pension aint worth anything near 27.6m now and he used it as a self-administered scheme, did not buy an annuity.

This bonus "payback" will be used by Fingers as a bargaining tool with Lenny and any other young upstart who wants to have a go.
 

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Awwwww poor Lenny wenny is sad.... Imagine how he will feel when he cant recover billions?

Lennywenny promised us this money would be returned?

Another 2 fingers from FF to u.
 

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Good example how developers will be pursued
People with second properties who don't pay their €200 p.a. tax will have €20 per month added to the total for every month they don't pay.

Can we take it that Mr Fingers has an additional €20,000 per month accruing to his total, given his failure to return the €1,000,000?

Since we have a Republican party in government, committed to equality in society, I presume that this IS the case . . ?
 

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At the Turn of the 20th Century, Landlords lived leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded landed gentry whom collected their rents from the poor who worked hard to have barely enough food to survive. Many a tenant paid the landlord all of their income from the produce they sold with only enough kept to feed themselves and their families. No rent paid in a calendar year rent meant eviction.

Yet these landlords had no idea that within two decades, there houses would be burnt and the only gain they could hope for was their lives.

At the turn of 21st Century, Banking CEOs live leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded banking and property developers who collect vast amount of money from the poor auld mortgage holder who work hard to pay the mortgage. Many mortgage holders were making repayments on mortgages which in some cases exceeded the value of the house by over 50%. No repayment in a calendar year meant eviction. This was more stark than the events of the preceding century because the property was sold and the tenant was liable for the rest of their lives for the capital loss to the bankers.

Yet these banker had no idea that within …………………………………………………
 

FakeViking

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At the Turn of the 20th Century, Landlords lived leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded landed gentry whom collected their rents from the poor who worked hard to have barely enough food to survive. Many a tenant paid the landlord all of their income from the produce they sold with only enough kept to feed themselves and their families. No rent paid in a calendar year rent meant eviction.

Yet these landlords had no idea that within two decades, there houses would be burnt and the only gain they could hope for was their lives.

At the turn of 21st Century, Banking CEOs live leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded banking and property developers who collect vast amount of money from the poor auld mortgage holder who work hard to pay the mortgage. Many mortgage holders were making repayments on mortgages which in some cases exceeded the value of the house by over 50%. No repayment in a calendar year meant eviction. This was more stark than the events of the preceding century because the property was sold and the tenant was liable for the rest of their lives for the capital loss to the bankers.

Yet these banker had no idea that within …………………………………………………
Ah but then we were peasants working to fill the imperial warmongering coffers where the sun never set. Now we have self-rule, and they FF vote-buying cretins, along with the compliant media, can do whatever they like and tell us that it's in the public interest.
 

rhonda15

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At the Turn of the 20th Century, Landlords lived leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded landed gentry whom collected their rents from the poor who worked hard to have barely enough food to survive. Many a tenant paid the landlord all of their income from the produce they sold with only enough kept to feed themselves and their families. No rent paid in a calendar year rent meant eviction.

Yet these landlords had no idea that within two decades, there houses would be burnt and the only gain they could hope for was their lives.

At the turn of 21st Century, Banking CEOs live leisured lifestyles, entertaining their likeminded banking and property developers who collect vast amount of money from the poor auld mortgage holder who work hard to pay the mortgage. Many mortgage holders were making repayments on mortgages which in some cases exceeded the value of the house by over 50%. No repayment in a calendar year meant eviction. This was more stark than the events of the preceding century because the property was sold and the tenant was liable for the rest of their lives for the capital loss to the bankers.

Yet these banker had no idea that within …………………………………………………
spot on! we are entering a period of neofeudalism - where the plutocracy once again rule us with an iron fist - the super-rich are drawing up the bridge to their castles - the next few years will probably be very rough for most of us. And the genius of it all is most people are blissfully unaware this is going on.

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free ~
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
 

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Fingers knows that he is untouchable. Lenny and his merry men won't come down hard on Fingers, the most they will do is tut tut. Remember when the Fraud Squad got in on the act?. Have we heard anything since?. Have any arrests been made?. 'Due process' remember?.
 

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Fingers knows that he is untouchable. Lenny and his merry men won't come down hard on Fingers, the most they will do is tut tut. Remember when the Fraud Squad got in on the act?. Have we heard anything since?. Have any arrests been made?. 'Due process' remember?.
Mucky Fingers rushed through that "loan" for Larkin, I bet he has more than enough dirt on FF to keep them off his back.
 

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Mucky Fingers rushed through that "loan" for Larkin, I bet he has more than enough dirt on FF to keep them off his back.
Exactly, all these characters have dirt on each other, that is their insurance policy. If fingers went down he would sing like a canary.
 

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Could it ever be that it all evaporated in the property bubble.
He mightn't be quiet as flush as people think?
Just wondering.
 

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Mucky Fingers rushed through that "loan" for Larkin, I bet he has more than enough dirt on FF to keep them off his back.
So what if fingers has dirt on FF? We all know they're corrupt anyway.
Let's be having it then! Bring it on. When did we become such a bunch of pussys!
It's time to clean house of these scumbags.

We have NO REGULATION of these criminals whatsoever!
That guy in the House of Commons was right - Dublin is the Liechtenstein of the Liffey

Do we live in a society protected by the RULE OF LAW or not?

If we do - let's get on with it.
If we don't - there will be anarchy before long.
This situation is not sustainable.
The inmates have taken over the asylum!

IT'S TIME TO KICK SOME ASS!

/rant over
 
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