Martina Devlin: Fingleton's capacity for self-deception has no limit
THERE'S cold comfort in wealth when its acquisition leads to the utter destruction of your good name, as Michael Fingleton has discovered.
The financier has embarked on a campaign to restore his reputation by offering to donate his contentious €1m bonus to charity -- a sum he somehow managed to be paid for pushing Irish Nationwide off a cliff.
Last year he offered to give it back. We're still waiting. Now he is volunteering to distribute it to charity.