Fiona Muldoon

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Sales at Apple’s Irish-registered international holding company rose 13.1 per cent to $155.8 billion (€141 billion) in 2018, new accounts filed by the company show

The US owner of the Shelbourne Hotel and builder of Dublin’s Capital Dock says that the Republic is set to become its biggest European market by incom(...)

FBD Insurance chief executive Fiona Muldoon: “We are making a profit and that’s a good thing. I don’t apologise for that.” Photograph: Eric Luke

FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon said she would not apologise for the insurer delivering a surprise doubling in profits in the first half of this yea(...)

The Oireachtas is currently examining the cost of insurance premiums and other difficulties facing the sector.

The insurance industry has been accused of “completely exaggerating” the number of fraudulent claims it receives or not giving “a damn” about them aft(...)

FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon said the cost of insurance claims remained too high in Ireland.  Photograph: iStock

Irish insurers recorded a combined €31.1 million profit on motor coverage in 2017, after racking up €757 million of losses over the previous four year(...)

FBD group’s gross written insurance premiums dipped to €371.5 million last year from €372.4 million in 2017. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

FBD Holdings said on Wednesday that it planned to more than double its dividend to 50 cent per share after Ireland’s only publicly-quoted indigenous g(...)

FBD, led by chief executive Fiona Muldoon, said on Monday that it planned to redeem and cancel the €70 million of convertible bonds that were sold to Fairfax in 2015.

FBD Holdings sold €50 million of junior bonds on Tuesday to help finance a deal to repurchase and cancel notes sold to Canadian financial group Fairfa(...)

Fairfax has exited its investment in Irish insurer FBD. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

FBD Insurance is to purchase and cancel notes worth €70 million held by Canadian financial holding group Fairfax. If exercised, the notes would have g(...)

FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

On Monday, FBD chairman Liam Herlihy and the listed company’s board said an independent investigation by law firm William Fry into internal allegation(...)

Shares of Italy’s Atlantia, which owns Autostrade, fell 5.4%  after a large section of the Morandi viaduct upon which the A10 motorway runs collapsed in Genoa. At least 22 people are believed to have died. Photograph: Flavio Lo Scalzo/EPA

World share markets rebounded on Tuesday as Turkey’s lira pulled out of a recent nosedive, and reassuring data from Germany helped offset the latest w(...)

Ryanair and the Irish trade union Forsa began talks with mediator Kieran Mulvey in a bid to resolve their differences and avoid further strike action.(...)

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