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.

Blue insurance buyer reaps dividends of €6m

Blue insurance buyer reaps dividends of €6m

The new owners of Blue Insurance have begun to recoup some of their €70 million takeover of the fast-growing company, extracting a dividend of €6 million earlier this year

Datalex fails to arrest nosedive

Datalex fails to arrest nosedive

As Datalex's shareholders reel from news that losses are even worse than forecast, regulatory bodies may be preparing to take a look

Makhlouf wishes he had responded more clearly on New Zealand scandal

Makhlouf wishes he had responded more clearly on New Zealand scandal

New Central Bank governor says budget leak investigation was 'conducted thoroughly and fairly'

A tough stance is needed when bankers fall foul of the rules

A tough stance is needed when bankers fall foul of the rules

The Central Bank’s recent report on fund managers is likely to see its enforcement division working overtime in the next year

FBD boss: Demonising insurers won’t bring prices down

FBD boss: Demonising insurers won’t bring prices down

The head of FBD, one of the country’s biggest insurers, has said demonising the industry for ma...

Medtech firm Mainstay gathers €25m war chest to chase FDA

Medtech firm Mainstay gathers €25m war chest to chase FDA

The cash call is double the figure it had set itself earlier this year as it begins a push for US drug regulators to sign off on its back pain treatment next year

More firms may be asked to pay for money on deposit

More firms may be asked to pay for money on deposit

The ECB has indicated that in a bid to counter a slowdown in the euro zone, it is preparing countermeasures that may well include further lowering the deposit interest rate, which is already in negative territory

Core Industrial Reit looking to revive its flotation plan

Core Industrial Reit looking to revive its flotation plan

Property firm Core Industrial Reit is still eyeing a stock market listing, more than a year after...

Goodman doubles stake in Green Reit as takeover offer nears

Goodman doubles stake in Green Reit as takeover offer nears

Larry Goodman has almost doubled his stake in property firm Green Reit as it edges towards a take...

McDonagh’s ‘national champion bank’ is still not at the races

McDonagh’s ‘national champion bank’ is still not at the races

Two years into the job, the Bank of Ireland supremo is still getting to grips with the many challenges facing her, from tech to near-zero rates to Brexit, as she tries to turn the bank’s fortunes around

Providence tightlipped on delayed €9 million payment to drill off Cork

Providence tightlipped on delayed €9 million payment to drill off Cork

Brexit sees $1bn asset manager Rubrics move to Irish market

Brexit sees $1bn asset manager Rubrics move to Irish market

Rubrics, a $1 billion fixed income asset manager, has moved a substantial part of its operations ...

Irish fintech firm’s cash drive raises €66 million

Irish fintech firm’s cash drive raises €66 million

The fast-growing Dublin-based fintech company Fenergo has raised €66 million from new investors...

Transparency the only way forward for troubled Datalex

Transparency the only way forward for troubled Datalex

Investors deserve clear explanations after months in the dark following the airline software firm’s admissions of ‘serious accounting irregularities’

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