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#INBS

# inbs - Monday 4 January, 2016

Michael Fingleton fails in attempt to stop Central Bank inquiry

The judge also rejected that the inquiry would lead to significant financial hardship for him.

# inbs - Monday 23 June, 2014

These are the questions John Bruton wants the banking inquiry to answer

Bruton wants the inquiry to focus on the reasons why the crisis wasn’t averted, not how it happened.

# inbs - Tuesday 12 February, 2013

10 things we learned from RTÉ's Inside Irish Nationwide

Richard Curran and Tom Lyons have lifted the lid on the building society which has cost the taxpayer €5.4 billion with some pretty shocking revelations about Michael Fingleton and co…

# inbs - Wednesday 19 December, 2012

Column: What would it take for Ireland to escape the Anglo promissory note?

Pat Rabbitte has said Ireland won’t make the €3billion payment. But the real situation is much bleaker, writes Sarah McCabe.

# inbs - Tuesday 4 September, 2012

Infographic: How much have the Irish put into their banks?

As this image reveals, quite a bit.

# inbs - Wednesday 16 November, 2011

Noonan confirms plans to extend bank guarantee

Michael Noonan has accepted the advice of Patrick Honohan and proposes to extend the Eligible Liabilities Guarantee Scheme.

# inbs - Wednesday 21 September, 2011

Noonan pushes for repayment of Fingleton's Irish Nationwide bonus

The Minister for Finance has asked that the board of the newly formed IBRC continue to push for the return of €1 million paid to the former Irish Nationwide chief in 2009.

# inbs - Friday 20 May, 2011

Out with a whimper: Irish Nationwide bows out with "catastrophic" losses

Releasing its final annual results before its merger with Anglo, Irish Nationwide reveals an annual loss of €3.3 billion.

# inbs - Tuesday 19 April, 2011

Bank boards to be overhauled in the wake of the Nyberg Report

The Taoiseach says heads of banks will be held to account from now on, and that a referendum will be held to increase the power of the Oireachtas to hold people to account.

# inbs - Wednesday 6 April, 2011

Anglo and Irish Nationwide may default if more cash needed – regulator

Financial Regulator Matthew Elderfield says the defunct lenders could burn bondholders if they end up needing more capital.

# inbs - Sunday 13 March, 2011

Fingleton 'personally set interest rates' in Irish Nationwide: report

Reports received by the Financial Regulator reveal how the former chief executive took personal control over the bank’s affairs.

The 9 at 9: Sunday

Nine things you need to know by 9am: More meltdown fears in Fukushima, the Fingleton Files, and an unusually busy day at the Dáil bar…

# inbs - Wednesday 2 March, 2011

Central Bank reveals full extent of banks' bond liabilities

The Central Bank decides, on a ‘once-off’ basis, to tell us that Ireland’s banks owe bondholders a total of €63.4 billion.

# inbs - Tuesday 8 February, 2011

High Court approves sale of Anglo and Irish Nationwide assets

The National Treasury Management Agency can now begin auction process of Anglo and INBS deposits.

# inbs - Wednesday 24 November, 2010

Bank of Ireland comes under state control in €85bn bailout

The EU/IMF emergency fund will make €85bn available for Ireland – but will require the state to recapitalise the banks again.

# inbs - Saturday 16 October, 2010

The 9 at 9: Saturday

The nine things you need to know by 9am.

# inbs - Saturday 2 October, 2010

Lenihan subjected to chimp noises by Citigroup investors

Citi investors heckle, jeer and make chimp noises during conference call with Finance Minister Brian Lenihan.

# inbs - Friday 1 October, 2010

Billionaire Chelsea owner threatens to sue Irish government

Roman Abramovich’s investment vehicle holds subordinated bonds in Irish Nationwide – and wants its money back.