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.

PTSB to sell 200 homes to Housing Agency

PTSB to sell 200 homes to Housing Agency

PTSB has one of the largest stocks of properties in its possession following a voluntary surrender scheme with customers over the past year with some 1,900 homes held by the bank, which it plans to release onto the market this year

Moody’s: Digicel will default if it pushes ahead with plan

Moody’s: Digicel will default if it pushes ahead with plan

Digicel last week said it wanted to exchange some $3 billion (€2.6 billion) of debt that it needs to repay in the next couple of years with new bonds, to give it time to implement a turnaround strategy

Depfa looks to speed up closure as first-half losses rise

Depfa looks to speed up closure as first-half losses rise

Depfa, the Dublin-headquartered German bank, has reported a wider first-half loss as it continues...

Digicel finance chief departs as earnings continue to slide

Digicel finance chief departs as earnings continue to slide

Ray Leclercq, who joined the Jamaica-based company in August 2017, will step down at the end of September

Will investors still be in love with a unionised Ryanair?

Will investors still be in love with a unionised Ryanair?

Michael O’Leary’s decision to make his battle with the unions very personal contributed to the prolongation of the pilots’ dispute with his airline

Ulster is well placed to rattle AIB and BoI

Ulster is well placed to rattle AIB and BoI

Ulster Bank has had plenty of turbulence in recent years, but Jane Howard might just be taking over at exactly the right time

Pay rises for bosses at housebuilder Abbey as profits fall

Pay rises for bosses at housebuilder Abbey as profits fall

Pay for bosses at the Gallagher family-controlled housebuilder Abbey rose slightly over the past ...

CRH: State ‘starved’ of infrastructure investment

CRH: State ‘starved’ of infrastructure investment

The head of the building materials giant CRH has said Ireland requires major infrastructure inves...

Buoyant FBD rewards management team with €700,000 in share awards

Buoyant FBD rewards management team with €700,000 in share awards

The insurance firm FBD Holdings has awarded nearly €700,000 in shares to three senior executive...

Barclays Ireland will be true heavyweight with earnings of nearly €500 million

Barclays Ireland will be true heavyweight with earnings of nearly €500 million

British financial institution’s post-Brexit Irish unit will be, on the basis of assets, larger than AIB and BoI combined

CASH FOR JOBS: €100m paid by IDA to tech giants, banks and big pharma

CASH FOR JOBS: €100m paid by IDA to tech giants, banks and big pharma

● US firm Abbott Labs received payments totalling €14 million ● Figures revealed for first time as EU disclosure law kicks in

Trump tax reforms see tens of billions of euro exiting Ireland

Trump tax reforms see tens of billions of euro exiting Ireland

US multinational companies have repatriated tens of billions of euro of cash from Ireland since P...

Paying the paymasters

Paying the paymasters

The IDA is proud of its central role in winning foreign direct investment - but it has now been revealed that many millions of taxpayer’s money has also been given in grant aid to companies who patently do not need the help. Ian Guider reports

Existential crisis now awaits INM

Existential crisis now awaits INM

The troubled newspaper group was distracted by ODCE probes when it should have been preparing for life in a savage market

ESB cuts ties with credit rating agency Fitch

ESB cuts ties with credit rating agency Fitch

The ESB has severed its ties with the credit rating agency Fitch, which will no longer rate the s...