Brian Conlon

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FD employs over 2,500 people across three separate divisions – Kx, First Derivatives and MRP

Newry-headquartered FD Technologies is set to create 500 jobs in the Republic with the establishment of a new technology hub. FD’s managed consulting(...)

Rebecca Kelly celebrating being named ‘tech evangelist’ of the year

An Irishwoman has been named “Tech Evangelist of the Year” at the annual Women in IT Summit awards in New York. Rebecca Kelly, who hails from Castlec(...)

Barry Richardson and Michael Crowley with their pints at the Galway Hooker Bar at Heuston Station. Photograph: Tom Honan

It is 9.50am on Monday morning, the first day of Phase Three of the country’s reopening from lockdown, and publican Hugh Hourican looks a little nervo(...)

Significant year for First Derivatives ends in pandemic.

Newry-headquartered technology company First Derivatives (FD) said revenue rose 9 per cent, as the company’s latest annual results showed solid growth(...)

 Kerry’s David Clifford scores a goalagainst Meath. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho
Kerry keep Royals at bay

Kerry 1-19 Meath 2-13 Kerry were made to sweat all the way to the finish in Fitzgerald Stadium, despite twice holding an eight point advantage over t(...)

Mayo’s Kevin McLoughlin scores the winning goal in the Allianz Football League Division 1 game against Meath at  Páirc Tailteann in Navan. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Meath 2-5 Mayo 1-9 Meath’s wait for a first win in Division One goes on – despite a helter-skelter finish in Páirc Tailteann that originally looked a(...)


Newry-headquartered technology company First Derivatives has appointed its chairman Seamus Keating as chief executive with immediate effect. Mr Keat(...)

First Derivatives services the top 20 global investment bank and numerous regulators and exchanges with its fintech software.

Profits at Newry-headquartered technology company First Derivatives grew 12 per cent in the first half of its financial year helped by “notable deals”(...)

Brian Conlon: His drive, ambition and determination inspired all who had the privilege to work with him.

On Sunday, Brian Conlon, one of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs, died at just 53, following a battle with cancer. A technology pioneer, Conlon was a(...)

Ireland cannot continue to say “no,no,no” to international efforts for the reform of corporate taxes, according to the man leading the efforts to reach agreement at the OECD. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland should support the drive to reach an agreement on the reform of corporate taxes and cannot continue to say “no, no, no” to international effor(...)

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