Paul D Alton

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FBD has put a planned €35m dividend on 2019 earnings on ice. File photograph: The Irish Times

AIB deputy chief Tomás O’Midheach went up against Colin Hunt for the top job in the bank early last year. Now he’s accepted a position that, in recent(...)

FBD decided last month to scrap plans for a €34.9m  final dividend on last year’s earnings.

FBD Holdings has poached AIB’s deputy chief executive Tomás O’Midheach to become its next chief executive. The move came as the insurer reported a los(...)

This week, insurer FBD decided it couldn’t delay much longer on holding its annual general meeting and   chose July 31st as the day. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Insurer FBD Holdings was running out of road trying to put off the evil day. While a slew of companies in Ireland and abroad moved in the second hal(...)

Clinical psychologist at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Paul D’Alton,  says psychological first aid is a brief psychological intervention offered to people in times of crisis. Photograph: Alan Betson

Social-distancing measures introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic have reduced the possibilities for informal support for healthcare workers, accordi(...)

FBD’s outgoing chief executive Fiona Muldoon: the move by Eiopa came on the eve of Paul D’Alton taking over as chief executive of the insurer. Photograph: Eric Luke

Insurer FBD Holdings’ plan to pay out a €35 million dividend to shareholders is now in doubt following an intervention by the European Insurance and O(...)

Dublin’s benchmark Iseq all-share index staged a rebound on Tuesday, closing 4.25 per cent, outperforming European peers. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global stock markets edged higher on Tuesday as investors assessed the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic, while the MSCI benchmark of worl(...)

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(...)

Dr Paul D’Alton with Rachael Keogh on Survivors, Tuesday on RTE One

It’s hard to say whether Survivors (RTÉ One, Tuesday, 11.40pm), a series of four interviews with individuals who have overcome extraordinary trauma, i(...)

The psychology department at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin

Clinical psychologist Dr Paul D’Alton would like to see mental health added as a sixth vital sign in hospitals and health centres across Ireland. Curr(...)

 John Boyne: “I chose to write Sam and Jessica’s story as a deliberately imperfect one in order for me to highlight the mistakes people make and how important empathy is.” Photograph: Alan Betson

John Boyne’s publisher Puffin has said it is proud to be publishing his novel about a transgender teen, after the book was dismissed as “transphobic” (...)

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