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.

No change in profits for AA Ireland as revenues climb

No change in profits for AA Ireland as revenues climb

AA Ireland, the roadside assistance and insurance company, saw its profits remain flat last year ...

Davy seeks to raise another €50m to expand Dublin property portfolio

Davy seeks to raise another €50m to expand Dublin property portfolio

Davy is looking to raise €50 million for its flagship property fund after attracting €100 mil...

Cigarette sales up in smoke as vaping takes over market

Cigarette sales up in smoke as vaping takes over market

Data seen by The Sunday Business Post show that the volume of cigarette sales had fallen by almost 5 per cent by the middle of June

Fineos plans for 100 more hires following €132 million flotation

Fineos plans for 100 more hires following €132 million flotation

The software company Fineos plans to repay a European Investment Bank loan and hire about 100 ext...

Kenmare shareholders to reap first dividend

Kenmare shareholders to reap first dividend

The Irish mining company Kenmare Resources is set to pay shareholders their first dividend as the...

A cut to airline passenger fees could result in terminal decline

A cut to airline passenger fees could result in terminal decline

Dublin Airport is busier than ever and in need of an upgrade. The aviation watchdog’s insistence on lower charges will barely dent the cost of flights, but might have a severe impact on tourism

Banks’ future in the balance

Banks’ future in the balance

Shares in Irish banks fell to post-2008 lows last week despite a growing economy. With low interest rates, non-performing loans and Brexit uncertainty just some of the contributing factors, are we facing another banking crisis?

Could a Chinese injection of €9m save Providence Resources?

Could a Chinese injection of €9m save Providence Resources?

Providence Resources is axeing all its technical staff and moving from its HQ to a serviced office, as it desperately awaits a promised €9 million Chinese investment that its survival could depend on

Davy profits jump by €16m after sale of its stake in ISE

Davy profits jump by €16m after sale of its stake in ISE

The rebound follows a slip in 2017 and the company’s coffers were boosted last year thanks to the gain on its stake in the exchange for an estimated €60 million

Enterprise Ireland to net €30m from Fineos flotation

Enterprise Ireland to net €30m from Fineos flotation

The state agency owns just under 10 per cent of Fineos, which is listing on the stock market in Australia, giving the company a value of A$712 million (€433 million)

Ulster Bank seeks regulatory approval to pay dividends to parent company RBS

Ulster Bank seeks regulatory approval to pay dividends to parent company RBS

The bank has said that it is in talks to secure the Central Bank’s approval to make a payment to RBS of some of its excess capital, although it is not known how much it will involve

Blue insurance buyer reaps dividends of €6m

Blue insurance buyer reaps dividends of €6m

The new owners of Blue Insurance have begun to recoup some of their €70 million takeover of the fast-growing company, extracting a dividend of €6 million earlier this year

Datalex fails to arrest nosedive

Datalex fails to arrest nosedive

As Datalex's shareholders reel from news that losses are even worse than forecast, regulatory bodies may be preparing to take a look

Makhlouf wishes he had responded more clearly on New Zealand scandal

Makhlouf wishes he had responded more clearly on New Zealand scandal

New Central Bank governor says budget leak investigation was 'conducted thoroughly and fairly'

A tough stance is needed when bankers fall foul of the rules

A tough stance is needed when bankers fall foul of the rules

The Central Bank’s recent report on fund managers is likely to see its enforcement division working overtime in the next year