Liam Herlihy

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Paul D’Alton was formerly chief financial officer with Bank of Ireland.

Insurer FBD Holdings has named well-known corporate figure Paul D’Alton as its interim chief executive as it continues work on securing a permanent su(...)

Fiona Muldoon is to step down as chief executive of FBD Insurance  in October 2020. Photograph:  Photograph: Eric Luke

Fiona Muldoon is to step down as chief executive of FBD Insurance. Ms Muldoon informed the company that she will leave her position in October 2020. (...)

 Teagasc director Prof Gerry Boyle and  Teagasc chairman Liam Herlihy at the launch of the Teagasc annual report and accounts for 2018. Photograph: John Ohle Photography

Ireland’s farmers can meet increasingly-difficult targets for the reduction of greenhouse gases over the next 11 years, Teagasc, the State’s agri-food(...)

FBD issued a trading update to investors in advance of its annual general meeting in Dublin on Friday.

Brexit remains a “major source of uncertainty” for insurance company FBD, but benign weather and an improved global economic outlook has led to a posi(...)

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(...)

FBD Holdings chief executive Fiona Muldoon faces an investigation  being carried out on foot of a recent complaint by the company’s human resources director. Photograph: Eric Luke

FBD Holdings has commissioned law firm William Fry the carry out an investigate into internal allegations made against chief executive Fiona Muldoon, (...)

FBD is investing in its 34-strong branch network and a rebranding programme. It plans to open a second Dublin branch on Baggot Street in June

FBD Insurance expects to take a hit of nearly €7 million as a result of claims from Storm Emma, one of the worst snowstorms to hit Ireland in decades.(...)

Glanbia chairman Henry Corbally

Food and ingredients group Glanbia has appointed Henry Corbally as its new chairman in place of Liam Herlihy who is stepping down from the role after (...)

A Glanbia worker  at its  Belview plant in Co  Kilkenny.

Members of the Glanbia Co-operative Society have voted overwhelmingly to dispose of a portion of its stake in Glanbia plc.The move will see approximat(...)

Glanbia co-op chairman Liam Herlihy said the cop-op had assets of €1.7bn, so it was happy to support farmer members during challenging market conditions. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

More than 6,200 farmers will share a support fund of more than €32 million following a vote by members of Glanbia Co-op. Most of the fund will go to t(...)

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