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.

Markets want coalition to move on pre-summer AIB share sale

Markets want coalition to move on pre-summer AIB share sale

Decision will be needed by April if the privatisation is to happen before the summer

Brexit jobs bonanza? Don’t bet the house on it

Brexit jobs bonanza? Don’t bet the house on it

Irish officials have been busy promoting Ireland as the way into Europe for British firms, but realism may be needed

Pioneering executive Gray to quit board of Paddy Power Betfair

Pioneering executive Gray to quit board of Paddy Power Betfair

Gray spent almost a decade in charge of the Irish arm of telecoms firm O2

Financial regulator Cyril Roux to leave Central Bank

Financial regulator Cyril Roux to leave Central Bank

Deputy governor of the central bank is leaving for the private sector in September

Ulster Bank: no plans to sell mortgages

Ulster Bank: no plans to sell mortgages

• Chief executive says lender already completed sale of its last commercial loan portfolio • Ulster may pay RBS regular dividends in coming years

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

A return to profitability for insurance companies will not necessarily see a reduction in the cost of premiums

Is AIB ready to float?

Is AIB ready to float?

It was nationalised. It has been bailed out by the taxpayer. It has been streamlined. Now the government wants to offload some of its majority stake.

Connect Ireland lobbies TDs to save scheme

Connect Ireland lobbies TDs to save scheme

Move comes after IDA decided not to renew contract

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel to axe 1,500 jobs

Denis O’Brien’s Digicel to axe 1,500 jobs

Mobile phone business to cut global staff by 25% over next 18 months

Bringing back the bubbly - CSO adds champagne to shopping basket

Bringing back the bubbly - CSO adds champagne to shopping basket

Bubbles are back after a five year break following a fall off in sales during the downturn

Connect Ireland seeks €7m from IDA over jobs contract dispute

Connect Ireland seeks €7m from IDA over jobs contract dispute

Meetings took place between legal advisers from the two sides last week

Noonan told BoI it was ‘losing public’ over variable rate

Noonan told BoI it was ‘losing public’ over variable rate

Lender is 14 per cent owned by taxpayers

In what way will Gary McGann steer his embattled new ship?

In what way will Gary McGann steer his embattled new ship?

An executive of McGann's calibre has not been hired to preside over the same strategy as Killian's

Britain’s EU exit will not be an amicable split. It will be a bitter divorce

Britain’s EU exit will not be an amicable split. It will be a bitter divorce

What are the key questions for the Irish government on Brexit?

Market Talk

Market Talk

AIB’s privatisation may be delayed even further by political events