Ian Guider

Ian Guider

Ian Guider is Markets Editor of The Sunday Business Post, and leads the paper’s markets coverage. He previously worked with Newstalk, where he was Business Editor and presenter of the station’s daily business show Breakfast Business. Guider has been a business journalist for more than 15 years, working for a number of Irish and international media groups including the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Tribune and Bloomberg, where he was Banking Correspondent.

Ulster Bank offloads 5,000 home loans to Cerberus

Ulster Bank offloads 5,000 home loans to Cerberus

The bank has agreed to sell a €1.4 billion portfolio to the US investment fund

Aryzta plans €800m cash call after share slide

Aryzta plans €800m cash call after share slide

Having seen its share price slump last week, Aryzta has announced a range of measures to reduce borrowings and cut its cost base

What’s next for embattled Aryzta?

What’s next for embattled Aryzta?

With the share price down to €8 from over €70 five years ago, one option for Aryzta could be to try raising outside capital

Glanbia’s growth plans still as healthy as ever

Glanbia’s growth plans still as healthy as ever

Food giant is buoyant despite price cuts in US

Profits at Davy down as it buys back shares

Profits at Davy down as it buys back shares

Retained profits at Davy Stockbrokers, the country’s biggest stockbroking firm, declined last y...

Banks pondering new solutions to toxic mortgage sales

Banks pondering new solutions to toxic mortgage sales

A number of banks are devising alternative solutions to remove the toxicity of the widespread sal...

Advisers land millions in Smurfit case windfall

Advisers land millions in Smurfit case windfall

Packaging giant Smurfit Kappa’s successful defence against a takeover bid by International Pape...

FBD notes a spike in injury claims on the job

FBD notes a spike in injury claims on the job

FDB is seeing an increase in the number of employer liability insurance claims, adding further pr...

Enterprise Ireland reports drop in investment income as portfolio returns €2m less in 2017

Enterprise Ireland reports drop in investment income as portfolio returns €2m less in 2017

Enterprise Ireland recorded a drop in the amount of money it received from its investment portfol...

Out of state, out of mind

Out of state, out of mind

A decade on from the start of the financial crash, bad loans still clog the system. Pressure from the regulators for banks to get rid of them at speed is increasing - but is this not just outsourcing the problem?

Chinese consortium buys Goodbody for €150 million

Chinese consortium buys Goodbody for €150 million

Goodbody is being acquired by Zhongze, a Chinese firm whose interests span electronics to aerospace, as well as Pioneer Century, a private equity firm, and CIC, China’s sovereign wealth fund

Too big to fail, too big to change

Too big to fail, too big to change

The report on Irish banking culture is finally out - but what does it really tell us about the way things are done?

The companies that last 100 years are the ones that change over time

The companies that last 100 years are the ones that change over time

New Ireland Assurance managing director Michael Murphy is leading the investments and pensions firm into its second century. It generates annual profits of €100 million, but he believes there is still plenty of room to grow

Viridian to close Dublin power plants

Viridian to close Dublin power plants

Viridian, the Northern Ireland energy company, has said it is still planning on closing its two p...

Ryanair rules out mediator as fourth strike day looms

Ryanair rules out mediator as fourth strike day looms

Ryanair said it wants “rogue elements off the pitch” as part of the increasingly bitter dispu...