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.

Circle Oil in talks to sell off its African assets

Circle Oil in talks to sell off its African assets

Firm, which has debts of €77 million, in bid to sell Morocco and Egypt assets to London’s SDX Energy

Iput fund value rises 12.6 per cent on property gains

Iput fund value rises 12.6 per cent on property gains

The company has emerged as a major acquirer of office and retail properties in Dublin

Savills boss: new tax rules have scared off foreign buyers

Savills boss: new tax rules have scared off foreign buyers

Finance workers fleeing Brexit would force locals out of Dublin, Potterton warns

Noonan held talks on salaries at Bank of Ireland

Noonan held talks on salaries at Bank of Ireland

Details of the meetings were disclosed last week by the Department of Finance

If everything crashed tomorrow, it wouldn’t wipe out the economy

If everything crashed tomorrow, it wouldn’t wipe out the economy

Angus Potterton was appointed managing director of Savills ten years ago

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

The long-serving Tullow Oil supremo didn’t quite bow out the way he would have wanted

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Brexit? No fear on this side of the Irish Sea, but British retailers are feeling the chill

San Leon Energy investor urges Chinese takeover talks

San Leon Energy investor urges Chinese takeover talks

Toscafund Asset Management hopes talks will be quick and amicable

Troy Studios chairman may make offer for Bray’s Ardmore

Troy Studios chairman may make offer for Bray’s Ardmore

Wicklow County Council to hear film and TV industry’s concerns relating to sale

ECB running out of room to snap up Irish bonds

ECB running out of room to snap up Irish bonds

NTMA could once rely on the bank to buy upwards of €1 billion in debt a month – but that plunged to just €648 million in December

Revealed: How vulture funds paid €20k in tax on assets of €20bn

Revealed: How vulture funds paid €20k in tax on assets of €20bn

State has lost out on between €250 million and €350 million a year in tax revenues since 2014

IDA will be forced to disclose grants to foreign companies

IDA will be forced to disclose grants to foreign companies

Move seen as a threat to the IDA’s position following €13 billion Apple tax ruling

Finance Ireland moving into home mortgage market

Finance Ireland moving into home mortgage market

Ireland’s 500 existing brokers ‘not feeling very loved’

Key ECB role for Central Bank official

Key ECB role for Central Bank official

Central Bank deputy governor set for high-profile budget committee role

Judge Mac Eochaidh nominated to EU court

Judge Mac Eochaidh nominated to EU court

High Court judge to be Ireland's second representative on European court