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.

Plan to combat automated threats to jobs

Plan to combat automated threats to jobs

In a report to be published today, the state will warn that by 2025, technology and automation will make some jobs disappear altogether and many companies will face an uncertain future

Headaches for O’Brien as Digicel continues to wobble

Headaches for O’Brien as Digicel continues to wobble

Latest figures provide more bad news for Denis O’Brien’s Digicel, with the debt-laden firm at the mercy of currency fluctuations

Building blocks

Building blocks

Despite Cairn Homes doubling output and revenue, housing supply is nowhere near meeting demand - and there’s no quick fix available

Toscafund spends €10m to increase stake in San Leon Energy

Toscafund spends €10m to increase stake in San Leon Energy

Toscafund Asset Management has upped its stake in Irish exploration company San Leon Energy to mo...

Housing boss: Building may 'never outstrip demand'

Housing boss: Building may 'never outstrip demand'

Glenveagh plans to more than double its sales this year

The money pit

The money pit

The Irish economy is the fastest growing in Europe, but BoI’s and AIB’s profits are down. Legacy issues and political machinations aren’t making things easy

Low-profile Dublin hedge fund Abbey pays out €9m dividend

Low-profile Dublin hedge fund Abbey pays out €9m dividend

Abbey Capital, the low-profile Dublin-based hedge fund, paid its shareholders a near €9 million...

Central Bank pours cold water on help to buy scheme

Central Bank pours cold water on help to buy scheme

The extension of the state’s €20,000 help-to-buy scheme is facing another blow with the Centr...

FBD holds talks with other insurance firms about partnerships in the wake of Brexit

FBD holds talks with other insurance firms about partnerships in the wake of Brexit

FBD said it has spoken about potential partnerships with other insurance companies that are being...

Bank of Ireland set to double its presence in the broker market this year, says McDonagh

Bank of Ireland set to double its presence in the broker market this year, says McDonagh

Bank of Ireland is to double its presence in the broker market this year, as it looks to expand i...

How much longer can we kick to touch on tax?

How much longer can we kick to touch on tax?

France wants Ireland to clamp down on the big tech firms, which puts the government in an uncomfortable place

Lending surge at Permanent TSB as bank exits restructuring phase

Lending surge at Permanent TSB as bank exits restructuring phase

Ian Guider reports on Permanent TSB after a "transformational" 2018

High Court to review Perrigo’s €1.6 billion tax bill

High Court to review Perrigo’s €1.6 billion tax bill

Perrigo was hit with the €1.6 billion demand related to its takeover of the Irish drug company Elan in 2013

Barclays’ Dublin assets set to top €230 billion

Barclays’ Dublin assets set to top €230 billion

British bank Barclays has said it is on course to have its EU base in Dublin firmly established a...

San Leon large shareholders likely to reject $30m buyback

San Leon large shareholders likely to reject $30m buyback

A number of large investors in San Leon, the Irish oil and gas explorer, are unlikely to take par...