The controversial chief executive of the Financial Regulator left office earlier this year. The Department of Finance later revealed he benefited from a €202,000 pay-off, a retirement lump sum of €428,000 and an annual pension entitlement worth €142,670.
FitzPatrick left Anglo Irish Bank on 18 December after the directors' loan controversy and is now represented by a Dublin solicitor's firm. "I have always pursued high standards in my personal and professional life and I failed to meet those standards in this instance," said FitzPatrick of the loan revelations. FitzPatrick still lives in Greystones, but is no longer a director of any large companies. However, he remains a debt-holder in Anglo itself.
Drumm resigned as chief executive after the FitzPatrick loan controversies. He used to run Anglo's US operations and is now trying to establish a presence again in US financial services. He recently put his home in Malahide up for sale.
The chief executive of AIB is about to bow out after a turbulent period running the bank. He may pick up some consultancies and even a potential chairmanship despite negative views of him among bank shareholders and many investors.
Fingleton is enjoying his retirement at his home at Abington, Shankhill, and is refusing to return a €1m bonus he received from Irish Nationwide. He still has a large number of investments and is believed to own several properties.