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.

Energia looks at renewable energy acquisitions as part of future plans

Energia looks at renewable energy acquisitions as part of future plans

In a presentation to investors seen by this newspaper, Viridian said that it planned to increase its investment in renewable energy assets and that decarbonisation would be a central aspect of its strategy

Property heavyweights head up new lobby group for investors

Property heavyweights head up new lobby group for investors

A number of notable property market players have joined the board of a new lobby group set up to ...

Number of new limited partnerships ‘abnormally high’ - CRO

Number of new limited partnerships ‘abnormally high’ - CRO

More than 1,000 registered in a two-year period, annual report from state body reveals

Funds trio key shareholders in Open Orphan merger firm

Funds trio key shareholders in Open Orphan merger firm

A trio of London funds have emerged as major shareholders in Venn Life Sciences as part of its me...

The IFAC report: A moment that requires real political courage

The IFAC report: A moment that requires real political courage

The Ifac’s reality check on the economy will be ignored as usual, by politicians protesting that ‘political realities’ tie their hands

'Different stakes' now for social media, says Sprout chief

'Different stakes' now for social media, says Sprout chief

A backlash against the big networks risks eroding some of the huge benefits which the likes of Facebook and Twitter have brought consumers, warns Sprout Social chief executive Justyn Howard

Profile of Gabriel Makhlouf: Banker in the balance

Profile of Gabriel Makhlouf: Banker in the balance

The next governor of the Central Bank, Gabriel Makhlouf, now finds himself at the centre of a growing political storm, and an official investigation into his actions and what he told his political masters

€200 million cost-cutting plan on track, says Aryzta

€200 million cost-cutting plan on track, says Aryzta

Irish food company Aryzta has said its €200 million cost-cutting plan is on track after its imp...

State report to suggest variable pay for junior bankers

State report to suggest variable pay for junior bankers

Department of Finance ordered research in 2018 after wave of exits from banks prompted fears about retaining key staff

Glenveagh chief slams ‘unhelpful’ critics of bulk buyers of apartments

Glenveagh chief slams ‘unhelpful’ critics of bulk buyers of apartments

The head of building giant Glenveagh has hit out at critics of funds snapping up apartment blocks...

One hundred Nama staff shared in a €1m performance bonus

One hundred Nama staff shared in a €1m performance bonus

Nama paid out performance bonuses of €1 million to more than 100 of its key staff over an 18-mo...

ESB set to sell its first green bond within days

ESB set to sell its first green bond within days

Proceeds earmarked for wind power and electric vehicles; l Move will allow it to tap into growing area of green finance

Regulator gathers data on shadow banking

Regulator gathers data on shadow banking

Central bank governor Philip Lane says intelligence is vital to keep watch on sector flagged as a danger to the domestic economy

Paying bankers more will save taxpayers money

Paying bankers more will save taxpayers money

It may be politically toxic to remove the salary cap and share option bans, but it is in the country’s best interests to halt the brain drain that’s holding our banks back

Central Bank hits PTSB with record fine over tracker scandal

Central Bank hits PTSB with record fine over tracker scandal

The €21 million fine is the largest ever handed out by the regulator - and it would have been €30 million, but the bank received a 30 per cent discount under Central Bank rules