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 to shut 22 branches and axe 220 jobs

Ulster Bank to shut 22 branches and axe 220 jobs

Bank becomes latest lender to close premises across the country

INM co-operating with corporate watchdog over failed Newstalk takeover

INM co-operating with corporate watchdog over failed Newstalk takeover

The media group reported a near 12 per cent increase in profits for 2016 to €41.8 million

AIB: pay cap puts us on Brexit back foot

AIB: pay cap puts us on Brexit back foot

Bank claims it will be unable to compete for top executives

Connect Ireland to pitch for survival

Connect Ireland to pitch for survival

Job creation scheme backed by businessman Terry Clune are due before Oireachtas committee

Coulson has no plans to cash in on $5.3bn Ardagh valuation

Coulson has no plans to cash in on $5.3bn Ardagh valuation

Chairman says company considering number of takeover deals despite borrowings

Latest Score: Luxembourg 1, Ireland 0?

Latest Score: Luxembourg 1, Ireland 0?

The spoils of Brexit have yet to be fully carved up, but it’s already becoming clear Ireland is having to fight tooth and nail to attract top banking talent

McGann’s presence calms Aryzta investors

McGann’s presence calms Aryzta investors

The former Smurfit Kappa boss has his work cut out to turn around the food firm

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Long-term incentive plans for top bosses may not be working as planned

Bankers’ bonanza at AIB, Bank of Ireland and PTSB

Bankers’ bonanza at AIB, Bank of Ireland and PTSB

• AIB sale advisers in line for €40m payout • 190 BoI senior executives share €54m • PTSB’s top bosses earn combined €12.3m

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

After almost 20 years, conditions are buoyant for an Ardagh flotation

Domino’s Pizza to open two new outlets as sales rise

Domino’s Pizza to open two new outlets as sales rise

The company said that over the next few years it could open up to 25 further stores

Gas giant Linde eyes Ireland as HQ location

Gas giant Linde eyes Ireland as HQ location

Dublin chosen for the head office because of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, reports say

Permanent TSB’s stuttering recovery

Permanent TSB’s stuttering recovery

The pressure is on to finally clean up Permanent TSB’s non-performing loan book, but the options are becoming increasingly limited

CRH boss paid €10m in 2016

CRH boss paid €10m in 2016

€8 million in performance-related compensation helped Manifold become the highest-paid Irish executive

1,500 Permanent TSB customers fail to engage over mortgage arrears

1,500 Permanent TSB customers fail to engage over mortgage arrears

Bank reveals number as it comes under pressure to deal with its non-performing loans