FBD’s chief executive said the insurer ‘would be looking to sustain’ an annual dividend over the coming years ‘in and around’ €35 million. Photograph: Dave Meehan

For a company struggling with the reputational damage of having wrongly denied pub customers their right to Covid-19 business interruption payouts – a(...)

The official operating profits recorded by motor insurers operating in the Irish market amounted to €163 million last year. Photograph: iStock

As FBD, the State’s only remaining indigenous insurer, was forced in 2015 to sell property assets and accept a €70 million rescue investment from Cana(...)

An aerial view of the Clancy Quay scheme at Islandbridge in Dublin 8

Kennedy Wilson looks set to take further advantage of the ongoing shortage of residential accommodation in the Dublin market following the completion (...)

FBD’s shares have jumped about 80 per cent since Fiona Muldoon took over as chief executive in 2015.

As corporate turnarounds go, none has been as spectacular on the Irish stock market in the past five years as that of insurer FBD Holdings. The comp(...)

Richie Boucher, chairman designate of CRH, pictured at his home in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Irish building materials giant CRH has appointed former Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Boucher as chairman designate to succeed Nicky Hartery (...)

Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Docks development in Dublin’s south docklands. Videos on social media showed a considerable amount of water on floors and going down stairwells.

Move-in dates for prospective tenants of the Kennedy Wilson Capital Docks development in Dublin are unchanged after a burst valve caused water to flow(...)

Capital Dock is Ireland’s tallest residential building at 22 storeys.

Kennedy Wilson’s new Capital Dock residential scheme in Dublin’s south docklands is likely to set a new benchmark for apartment rents in the city, wit(...)

Farmer Business Developments plc, FBD’s founder and one of its biggest shareholders, confirmed that it subscribed for €20 million of the €50 million loan notes used in the insurer’s recent restructuring

Insurer FBD Holdings’ original backer subscribed for €20 million worth of loan notes used in clearing a €70 million debt to Canada’s Fairfax Financial(...)

Fiona Muldoon, CEO at FBD. Photograph: Alan Betson

FBD’s stock surged by 25 per cent in the past year, buoyed by better-than-expected profits and mounting speculation that the insurer could become a ta(...)

Fairfax has the right to convert its  bond into ordinary shares from September 23rd at an exercise price of €8.50. FBD’s share price was trading at €10.40 in Dublin on Thursday, which puts Fairfax in line for a €15.6 million profit.

There is a raft of breaking news so far today. Firstly, profits at Ulster Bank jumped to €100 million during the first half of 2018, compared with jus(...)

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