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.

AIB boss: other banks’ low rates are a gamble for borrowers

AIB boss: other banks’ low rates are a gamble for borrowers

The boss of AIB has warned that a number of banks are being “aggressive” with teaser mortgage...

Irish embassy lobbied to combat Aughinish Alumina sanctions

Irish embassy lobbied to combat Aughinish Alumina sanctions

An American lobbying firm acting for the parent of the Aughinish Alumina plant in Limerick sought...

Center Parcs got €1 million grant from IDA to train Irish holiday village staff

Center Parcs got €1 million grant from IDA to train Irish holiday village staff

The British leisure company Center Parcs received more than €1 million in taxpayer funding for ...

Ryanair profits slide, warning of jobs losses as industrial action mounts

Ryanair profits slide, warning of jobs losses as industrial action mounts

The airline said it it made a profit of €319 million in three months to the end of June, even as higher costs eroded its profit margins

Bruton joins Pimco board

Bruton joins Pimco board

Former taoiseach John Bruton has added to his portfolio of non-executive roles and has joined the...

Founder to pocket €70m from sale of Blue Insurance

Founder to pocket €70m from sale of Blue Insurance

Ciaran Mulligan founded Blue Insurance 15 years ago and it has grown into one of the biggest non-life insurers in Ireland and, increasingly, in Britain

Leeds Building Society exits Irish mortgage market

Leeds Building Society exits Irish mortgage market

Leeds Building Society has offloaded its remaining Irish home loans book, making it the latest ov...

Malin is buying some time with a shake-up

Malin is buying some time with a shake-up

With its share price slumping, what does ISIF make of Malin’s performance since its 2015 float?

A year of living dangerously

A year of living dangerously

Michael O’Leary once vowed that hell would freeze over before Ryanair would deal with unions. But as it prepares for a third day of strike action by its pilots in Dublin, the airline’s business model is now potentially facing serious turbulence

Abbey plans more Irish activity to offset Brexit

Abbey plans more Irish activity to offset Brexit

Housebuilder Abbey plans to ramp up its Irish activities as it looks to offset the impact of Brex...

Value of state’s  €1 million Digicel bond declines

Value of state’s €1 million Digicel bond declines

The state invested almost $1 million in the Denis O’Brien-owned Caribbean mobile phone company ...

Bluebay takes half of Rye River in debt-for-equity swap deal

Bluebay takes half of Rye River in debt-for-equity swap deal

Rye River Brewing, the company behind McGargles craft beer, has finalised a debt-for-equity swap ...

Planned Ryanair pilots’ strike set to go ahead as talks stall

Planned Ryanair pilots’ strike set to go ahead as talks stall

Although some common ground was made at a meeting last week, the company and the Irish Airlines Pilots Association/Forsa union are still apart on the main issues between them that led Dublin-based staff into the unprecedented walkout

Time to reduce the state’s stakes in the banks

Time to reduce the state’s stakes in the banks

NTMA chief Conor O’Kelly is right to call for the national debt to be reduced through windfall gains

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 3

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 3

Ian Guider is joined by Hugh O'Rourke and Pat Naughton of KBC Asset Management.