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 mortgage scandal ends as banks pay almost €700m in compensation

Tracker mortgage scandal ends as banks pay almost €700m in compensation

In its final report on the tracker scandal the Central Bank has said that, as of the end of May, the overall number of customers who were affected hit 40,100

Providence to make statement on €9m Chinese payment

Providence to make statement on €9m Chinese payment

The company has twice extended the deadline for its Chinese partner in the Barryroe field off the Cork coast to provide the cash lifeline

O’Rourke reveals scale of gender pay gap at PwC

O’Rourke reveals scale of gender pay gap at PwC

The largest accounting and consulting firm in the country has revealed that its senior male partners earn a sixth more than their female peers, and are also paid higher bonuses

Deutsche troubles are a warning to all Euro banks

Deutsche troubles are a warning to all Euro banks

German firm Deutsche’s axing of 18,000 jobs reflects the inability of the European lenders to compete on a global scale, as well as their domestic struggles

Sunday Interview: Feargal O'Rourke, managing partner at PwC

Sunday Interview: Feargal O'Rourke, managing partner at PwC

Feargal O’Rourke’s family is steeped in politics but, as he begins his second term as managing partner at PwC, he has no regrets about following a different path

Deal or no Deal: How Brexit is impacting on Irish business negotiations

Deal or no Deal: How Brexit is impacting on Irish business negotiations

Fears about Brexit and the future of the global economy are putting the brakes on some of the most significant potential deals in Ireland

Cork mobile app founders in line for €5 million windfall

Cork mobile app founders in line for €5 million windfall

Inhance Technology has developed a mobile diagnostics app that allows users to get a trade-in value for their handset and sell it

State investment fund Isif to sink bulk of cash into housing and climate change projects

State investment fund Isif to sink bulk of cash into housing and climate change projects

The state’s investment fund has pumped almost €300 million into housing schemes, businesses and climate change projects so far this year

Hall defends comments on ‘tsunami’ of repossessions

Hall defends comments on ‘tsunami’ of repossessions

Hall, who runs the iCare housing body, said most of the mortgage loans acquired by investment funds have been transferred only in the last two years and it will take time before the solution they enacted will become apparent

State makes loss on $1m investment in Digicel

State makes loss on $1m investment in Digicel

Market Talk: A mysterious move on CRH from an activist investor

Market Talk: A mysterious move on CRH from an activist investor

Earlier this year, Cevian took a stake in Cement Roadstone Holdings, but it’s still unclear what its long-term strategy is

Cost of medical claims against state trebles

Cost of medical claims against state trebles

The State Claims Agency's annual report shows that its payout costs ran far ahead of the rise in cases in 2018

Airport’s €2.3bn revamp at risk if passenger charges are cut

Airport’s €2.3bn revamp at risk if passenger charges are cut

Revenues from passenger charges and commercial activities would be insufficient to meet the cost of the huge investment plan at Dublin Airport between 2020 and 2024, according to the credit ratings agency Fitch

Ulster Bank to sell thousands of home loans in latest disposal

Ulster Bank to sell thousands of home loans in latest disposal

It is understood that about 3,200 loans in the portfolio to be put up for sale are secured against primary dwelling homes, with the remaining 400 linked to buy-to-let properties

Secret trusts registry initiative delayed over PPS numbers issue

Secret trusts registry initiative delayed over PPS numbers issue

The long-awaited Registry of Beneficial Ownership was due to go live last weekend, but has been delayed until the end of the year because of the difficulty in proving the identity of foreign nationals