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.

Tracker scandal figures set to rise next week

Tracker scandal figures set to rise next week

It is understood that a number of banks have been engaging with the regulator in recent days ahead of a Tuesday deadline to present the latest update on the scandal to Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe

Fexco sees retained earnings hit €300m

Fexco sees retained earnings hit €300m

The Kerry-based financial services giant Fexco saw its retained earnings smash through the €300...

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Why the state should resist pressure and keep its AIB stake - for now

State-backed investor compensation body seeks faster redress

State-backed investor compensation body seeks faster redress

ICCL wants rules overhauled in wake of collapse of Custom House Capital

Mars Capital refinances €500 million of loans portfolio

Mars Capital refinances €500 million of loans portfolio

More than 83 per cent of the portfolio’s loans were classed as non-performing at some stage in the litigation process

Custom House Capital saga shows we need a change in approach to investment firm failures

Custom House Capital saga shows we need a change in approach to investment firm failures

As well as the misery suffered by its former clients has been the alarming amount of time it has taken to bring the whole saga of CHC to a close

Post Podcast: Brexit talks on the brink

Post Podcast: Brexit talks on the brink

Join Ian Guider, Michael Brennan, Hugh O'Connell and Jonathan Healy for the latest Post Podcast

UDG has $500 million war chest for acquisitions as talks under way

UDG has $500 million war chest for acquisitions as talks under way

The Dublin-based healthcare specialist UDG has about $500 million (€420 million) to spend on de...

Ulster Bank may have hurt clients’ chances of turnaround

Ulster Bank may have hurt clients’ chances of turnaround

British financial watchdog finds bank ‘failed to pay sufficient regard’ to customers’ needs

Recruiter: Even top executives have trouble finding homes in Dublin

Recruiter: Even top executives have trouble finding homes in Dublin

Ireland’s housing shortage is causing concerns among some multinational employers, according to...

Greencore focuses on existing businesses amid profit plunge

Greencore focuses on existing businesses amid profit plunge

Greencore is curbing takeover activity in the short term as it looks to improve its US food busin...

Central Bank right to stick to its guns

Central Bank right to stick to its guns

It’s a rough choice, but the state just can’t be sucked into another credit vortex

Aryzta plans 25 per cent pay rise for new executives

Aryzta plans 25 per cent pay rise for new executives

The company is seeking approval from shareholders at its annual general meeting next month

INM has plenty of cash but it still faces serious challenges

INM has plenty of cash but it still faces serious challenges

Robert Pitt’s exit ends an unseemly row. It does not make any of INM's challenges go away

Four credit unions prepare for mega-merger

Four credit unions prepare for mega-merger

Rialto, Walkinstown and Meath Street are in talks to merge with Rathfarnham