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Insurance firm FBD is considering shutting some of its 33 branches across the country as it looks to reduce costs.
FBD is one of the few insurers that has retained a branch network in Ireland. But after a torrid 2015 that has already seen the company announce 100 voluntary redundancies to shave €7 million from costs, the branch network is up for review, according to FBD chief executive Fiona Muldoon.
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