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.

Colin Hunt appointed new AIB boss

Colin Hunt appointed new AIB boss

Hunt currently runs AIB’s wholesale and institutional banking division

BoA Merrill Lynch to move bulk of London business to Dublin office

BoA Merrill Lynch to move bulk of London business to Dublin office

Beefed-up Irish HQ will be its main European banking entity

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

A group of private individuals have been seeking state funding for the proposed National Children’s Science Centre beside the National Concert Hall in Dublin for more than a decade

Greencore’s Coveney says food giant in no rush to make new acquisitions

Greencore’s Coveney says food giant in no rush to make new acquisitions

Coveney said the company intended to spend time assessing the best way to deploy its resources in its existing business in Britain once it returned most of the proceeds from the $1 billion sale of its American business to shareholders

Management giant Impax confirms move to Dublin

Management giant Impax confirms move to Dublin

The London-based company confirmed it is in talks with the Central Bank about establishing a regulated entity in Dublin

Leave it to Mr O’Brien – for now

Leave it to Mr O’Brien – for now

Denis O’Brien has earned himself some breathing space for Digicel, but it still has far too much debt on its books

Aryzta’s ‘Project Renew’ aims to save €200m

Aryzta’s ‘Project Renew’ aims to save €200m

Cuisine de France parent firm will shutter six bakeries with a view to cutting €200 million in costs over next three years

Government seeks exemption from US ban for Aughinish

Government seeks exemption from US ban for Aughinish

The government is continuing to press US authorities to prevent sanctions being slapped on the Ru...

Bank of America Merrill Lynch to transfer billions in assets to Ireland

Bank of America Merrill Lynch to transfer billions in assets to Ireland

Bank of America Merrill Lynch has secured approval for the transfer of tens of billions of euro t...

Preparing for the worst

Preparing for the worst

A decade has passed since the fall of Anglo. But is the Irish banking system any better placed to ward off another catastrophe?

Problem child Permanent TSB returns to normality

Problem child Permanent TSB returns to normality

PTSB’s securitisation of €1.3 billion of residential mortgages is a lead that other lenders should follow – and maybe they will

Digicel extends bondholder deadline again

Digicel extends bondholder deadline again

A plan unveiled by Digicel in August to offer new bonds with longer repayment dates to holders of $3 billion of the company's debt has been opposed by some investors

Former bankers face grilling on trackers

Former bankers face grilling on trackers

Former senior bank executives are to be interviewed by the Central Bank as part of its investigat...

Revealed: Challenges to Revenue Commissioners leave €700 million unpaid

Revealed: Challenges to Revenue Commissioners leave €700 million unpaid

€19m individual tax bill appealed, as money found at home was ‘savings’

Share prices of building companies are falling as demand for housing soars, exposing the frailty of our dysfunctional property market

Share prices of building companies are falling as demand for housing soars, exposing the frailty of our dysfunctional property market

Last weekend, Cairn Homes, Ireland’s biggest housebuilder, published a 47-page presentation on ...