Fiona Muldoon

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Irish boardrooms are among the least diverse in Europe, and the gene pool from which non-executive directors are fished has always been relatively sha(...)

Trees which stood for over 100 years at  the Marina in Cork city following Storm Ophelia. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Dublin-listed insurer FBD said on Tuesday that Storm Ophelia was set to cost it between €4 million and €6 million, adding that barring further incleme(...)

A tree uprooted being removed due to hurricane Ophelia on Northbrook Road, Ranelagh, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The man on the bus rose slowly from his seat and looked nervously around before sheepishly admitting to his fellow passengers: “I don’t know what a tr(...)

Kevin Thompson, chief executive of Insurance Ireland said it was “too early” to comment on whether insurance premiums would rise after Storm Ophelia. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

It’s too early to say whether insurance premiums will rise after claims made on the back of Storm Ophelia, Insurance Ireland has said. Speaking on R(...)

Marian Finucane, whose weekend radio shows will now be sponsored by FBD. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

FBD Insurance will be the new sponsor of The Marian Finucane Show on RTÉ Radio from next weekend. The show, which is broadcast on Saturdays and Sunda(...)

In an analysis of the boards of 31 Irish publicly quoted companies, ‘The Irish Times’ found that women accounted for shy of 16 per cent of the board seats. Photograph: iStock

When the late Gillian Bowler became the chairwoman of Irish Life & Permanent in June 2004, she was the first woman to fill that role in any Irish (...)

Fiona Muldoon, chief executive of FBD, has “no reason to believe”  Fairfax, founded by Prem Watsa, won’t  convert its  €70 million bond holding in FBD into equity in 2018.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Insurer FBD Holdings’ chief executive, Fiona Muldoon, sees Canadian investment firm Fairfax Financial Holdings moving next year to take a 20 per cent (...)

Andrew Langford, former chief executive of FBD, received €16,300 a month for his work, which was termed in the report as “commercially sensitive”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish insurer FBD paid its former chief executive Andrew Langford €179,000 last year for consultancy services provided to the company between the begi(...)

FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon: said there was no upside to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish chief executives are unanimous in viewing Brexit as a strategic error for the UK that would have negative consequences for Ireland. Pat McCann (...)

 Fiona Muldoon, chief executive of FBD Insurance: “Understanding and pricing risk means you need enough data to do it properly.” Photograph: Eric Luke

It might be the accountant within her, but FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon isn’t the type of person who gets carried away easily. On Monday, FBD po(...)

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