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.

What Irish Ferries boss could learn from O’Leary

What Irish Ferries boss could learn from O’Leary

With proper handling, this summer’s cancellation affecting 20,000 passengers needn’t ruin consumer confidence

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

Chief executive hits the right notes at capital markets day in London. All she has to do now is deliver on her plans

Beefed-up Barclays Irish unit to get larger role post-Brexit

Beefed-up Barclays Irish unit to get larger role post-Brexit

Barclays post-Brexit beefed up Irish unit will have a “material” role in the bank’s assets ...

Connect Ireland in peace talks with IDA over disputed fees

Connect Ireland in peace talks with IDA over disputed fees

Connect Ireland, the job creation scheme fronted by Kilkenny businessman Terry Clune, has begun p...

Pressure on troubled credit union Citybus to merge

Pressure on troubled credit union Citybus to merge

Citybus, a Dublin-based credit union that is at the centre of an investigation into serious finan...

Mulrennan winding up Celtic Media subsidiary with assets of €850k

Mulrennan winding up Celtic Media subsidiary with assets of €850k

Celtic Media, the regional newspaper chain controlled by former business journalist Frank Mulrenn...

Ulster Bank to refund thousands of business customers

Ulster Bank to refund thousands of business customers

Almost 18,000 accounts were affected by the overcharging, which dates back to 2012, and the average amount to be refunded is less than €2,000

Bank of Ireland eyes loan growth and cost cuts in long-awaited plan

Bank of Ireland eyes loan growth and cost cuts in long-awaited plan

The bank is looking to grow its loan book by a fifth

Germans mull sale of Dublin-based bank

Germans mull sale of Dublin-based bank

Depfa was seized by the German government in 2008 and required a massive bailout

British expansion and new tech set to feature in rethink of BoI

British expansion and new tech set to feature in rethink of BoI

New chief executive Frances McDonagh will hold capital markets day in London for investors to signal latest direction, writes Ian Guider

Smurfit’s silence eventually sees off  a Paper tiger

Smurfit’s silence eventually sees off a Paper tiger

US giant walks away from bid to take over Smurfit Kappa, after stalking it for two years. What happened?

Commodity giants alarmed over threat to Aughinish Alumina

Commodity giants alarmed over threat to Aughinish Alumina

GFG Alliance, owned by the billionaire Gupta family, and mining giant Rio Tinto are both supplied by Aughinish Alumina

Yew Grove considers investor cash call next year

Yew Grove considers investor cash call next year

Jonathan Laredo, chief executive of Yew Grove, said a cash call would fund further expansion

Harbison exits Lovin Media following sale

Harbison exits Lovin Media following sale

Businessman Emmet O’Neill buys out founder

Advisory body calls for “credible” economic plan

Advisory body calls for “credible” economic plan

The report noted the country still has one of the highest debt burdens in Europe