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.

Finance Ireland securitises loan portfolio worth €200 million

Finance Ireland securitises loan portfolio worth €200 million

Finance Ireland, the country’s largest non-bank lender, is securitising a €200 million loan p...

€4m windfall  for Walsh from share sale

€4m windfall for Walsh from share sale

IAG boss ‘meeting obligation to ex-wife’

PTSB: Central Bank tracker mortgage action almost completed

PTSB: Central Bank tracker mortgage action almost completed

Permanent TSB has said it believes the enforcement action taken against it by the Central Bank ov...

Stockbroking firm Goodbody approached by potential buyers

Stockbroking firm Goodbody approached by potential buyers

The Sunday Business Post understands that in the last number of weeks preliminary approaches have been made to the company, although there is no formal sales process underway

E-cigarette giant calls for age restriction on vaping products in Ireland

E-cigarette giant calls for age restriction on vaping products in Ireland

The founder of the $38 billion electronic cigarette company Juul wants the Irish government to se...

IMF warns state against reliance on multinationals

IMF warns state against reliance on multinationals

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has sounded a warning note on the state’s increasing reli...

Malin predicts sale or flotation of Poseida within  the year

Malin predicts sale or flotation of Poseida within the year

The Irish drug and biotech fund Malin has said it sees a sale or stock market listing of its flag...

Revenue reveals mystery silverware gift to state worth €2.3m

Revenue reveals mystery silverware gift to state worth €2.3m

The Frisby Irish Silverware collection was one of just two heritage items donated to the state last year, and is one of the largest collections ever gifted

Why can’t Permanent TSB and Masding catch a break?

Why can’t Permanent TSB and Masding catch a break?

Permanent TSB has shed a lot of its legacy debt, but its share price is still nailed to the floor

Davy buys Cork shopping centre for €20m

Davy buys Cork shopping centre for €20m

Ballincollig Shopping Centre in Cork has been snapped up by stockbrokers Davy on behalf of its cl...

War of attrition

War of attrition

13 years and €500 million later, Denis O’Brien bows out of Independent News & Media, the scene of his bitter battle for control with the O’Reilly family

ODCE probes into INM affairs will continue despite sale of group

ODCE probes into INM affairs will continue despite sale of group

Three weeks ago, inspectors investigating alleged data breaches and claims of malfeasance handed in their eagerly awaited interim report to president of the High Court Judge Peter Kelly

Savers may see returns cut as banks hit by higher Dirt tax

Savers may see returns cut as banks hit by higher Dirt tax

Savers, already struggling with historically low interest rates, are in danger of seeing their re...

Dalata backs Ronan’s higher building bid

Dalata backs Ronan’s higher building bid

Dalata, which owns the Clayton and Maldron brands, has been chosen by Ronan’s company to operate a luxury hotel on the Dublin docklands site

Don’t use taxpayers’ money for risky bets

Don’t use taxpayers’ money for risky bets

Isif’s dual mandate of generating returns and creating jobs has led to some costly mistakes – it should focus solely on maximising returns again