Cathal O’Caoimh: left full-time role five months ago. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Irish insurer FBD has appointed its former finance director Cathal O’Caoimh as its interim finance chief, just five months after he left his full-time(...)

FBD’s strategy is aimed at returning the business to the black by the end of 2016.

In March, Irish insurer FBD published its 2014 annual report with the tagline “Seeing through the Storm” printed in large writing on its cover page(...)

FBD will pay up to more than double the value of the pension pots of many of its employees when they transfer over to a new defined contribution scheme

Listed insurance group FBD has struck a deal with its staff to close off its defined benefit pension scheme, which has a deficit of about €54 million.(...)

Former FBD chief executive Andrew Langford pictured with chairman Michael Berkery.

FBD ha said its plans to meet new solvency rules next year are on track as the Irish insurer struggles to return to profit and Andrew Langford unexpec(...)

Andrew Langford: told staff he would be exploring “new challenges and opportunities”. Photograph: Eric Luke

For all of the financial benefits and public glory, life at the top of the corporate world can occasionally be as punishing as it is rewarding. Friday(...)

FBD chief executive Andrew Langford (l) is stepping down after 19 years with the insurer

CHARLIE TAYLORInsurer FBD has announced that chief executive Andrew Langford is stepping down with immediate effect. Shares in FBD were down almost 11(...)

Fiona Muldoon: discussions with FDB began last summer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Eight months after quitting her role as director of credit institutions and insurance supervision at the Central Bank of Ireland, Fiona Muldoon has m(...)

Davy is set to appoint a senior Central Bank executive as its new chief risk officer

Ireland’s biggest stockbroker Davy is set to appoint a senior Central Bank executive as its new chief risk officer. Grellan O’Kelly, deputy head of (...)

The list includes two retired judges, lawyers who have worked on state investigations into child abuse, a retired financial regulator from Jersey and a banker formerly based in Hong Kong. From left: Justice Daniel O’Keeffe, Martin Moloney, Ita Mangan and Judge Clare Leonard. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Central Bank of Ireland has named the 13 members of a high powered inquiry panel to investigate allegedly rogue banks and bankers. The list includ(...)