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.

Foreign funds in talks to take over southern toll routes

Foreign funds in talks to take over southern toll routes

A group of international investment funds are in talks to acquire the companies that operate two ...

State could face compensation bill from banks if Sinn Féin mortgage bill passed

State could face compensation bill from banks if Sinn Féin mortgage bill passed

The state is facing a potential compensation bill from banks that could run into billions of euro...

Cranewatch highlights the Dublin-rural divide

Cranewatch highlights the Dublin-rural divide

It has emerged that fewer than a dozen cranes are located on building sites outside Dublin, 11 ti...

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

Independent News & Media (INM) may offload its distribution arm as well as closing its printi...

Will O’Brien release INM?

Will O’Brien release INM?

Comments by INM chief executive Michael Doorly suggest that, after a decade of turbulence under Denis O’Brien, a set of further dramatic events are now about to unfold

Payback for €3.8bn bailout loan from Britain

Payback for €3.8bn bailout loan from Britain

The state will this month begin repaying the billions of pounds it borrowed from Britain as part ...

Malin rethinks next move on Poseida as new options emerge

Malin rethinks next move on Poseida as new options emerge

Malin is considering options other than a stock market listing to cash in on its stake in drug co...

Datalex to cut a fifth of annual cost base after profit warning

Datalex to cut a fifth of annual cost base after profit warning

Datalex, the travel industry software firm, said it had largely implemented a cost-cutting plan t...

INM shares leap on takeover approach

INM shares leap on takeover approach

INM said in a statement that it had received an approach in relation to a possible offer for the company

AIB sells €1 billion loan book to Cerberus

AIB sells €1 billion loan book to Cerberus

The portfolio includes 2,200 customers with 5,000 assets

Vulture funds can’t be the only option for bad loans

Vulture funds can’t be the only option for bad loans

The outgoing Central Bank boss Philip Lane recently derided the latest plan to curb the power of vulture funds in this country. But an alternative to them needs to be found soon

As the great Brexodus begins, Ireland readies itself

As the great Brexodus begins, Ireland readies itself

Thousands of jobs in the City of London are being scattered around Europe by the chaotic force of Brexit, and quite a few of them are coming across the Irish Sea

AIB says executive pay cap is key risk to growth

AIB says executive pay cap is key risk to growth

Bank loses chief executive and chief financial officer in one year

Depfa sheds 20 per cent of assets as slow wind-down continues

Depfa sheds 20 per cent of assets as slow wind-down continues

Depfa, the Dublin-headquartered German bank, shed about a fifth of its assets last year as it con...

Datalex says review uncovers “significant accounting irregularities”

Datalex says review uncovers “significant accounting irregularities”

News sparks further drops to a share price already significantly down this year