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.

Glenveagh boss: housing market needs big investors

Glenveagh boss: housing market needs big investors

The chairman of one of the country’s biggest homebuilders and who is also a former senior Nama ...

PTSB sells bonds on the back of mortgages & buy-to-lets

PTSB sells bonds on the back of mortgages & buy-to-lets

Bank creates two special entities which are each backed by assets of €1.4 billion. One in five loans in portfolio are currently in negative equity

We used to joke about the Digicel tan. If you had a sun tan and went to a board meeting it would be frowned on

We used to joke about the Digicel tan. If you had a sun tan and went to a board meeting it would be frowned on

Nial Dorrian came back to Ireland after ten years with Digicel in the Caribbean. Now he runs the growing peer-to-peer funder Linked Finance

Fexco assets rise to €350m ahead of Goodbody sale

Fexco assets rise to €350m ahead of Goodbody sale

Financial services giant set to get €150m from sale of second largest stockbroking firm in Ireland

€170m is a small price to pay for competitiveness in our banking structure

€170m is a small price to pay for competitiveness in our banking structure

The state wants to stay out of the banks but, with lending restricted and competition stagnating, a new public banking system could offer a viable alternative

Linked Finance aims to grow lending to over €200 million

Linked Finance aims to grow lending to over €200 million

Irish Microsoft firm worth $100bn ahead of merger

Irish Microsoft firm worth $100bn ahead of merger

An Irish-registered subsidiary of Microsoft held more than $100 billion of assets ahead of a merg...

Investec ups economic growth forecasts, Nama surplus

Investec ups economic growth forecasts, Nama surplus

A new report from Investec suggests the economy may expand by 5% for 2018, ahead of a previous forecast of 4.4%

What Irish Ferries boss could learn from O’Leary

What Irish Ferries boss could learn from O’Leary

With proper handling, this summer’s cancellation affecting 20,000 passengers needn’t ruin consumer confidence

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

Chief executive hits the right notes at capital markets day in London. All she has to do now is deliver on her plans

Beefed-up Barclays Irish unit to get larger role post-Brexit

Beefed-up Barclays Irish unit to get larger role post-Brexit

Barclays post-Brexit beefed up Irish unit will have a “material” role in the bank’s assets ...

Connect Ireland in peace talks with IDA over disputed fees

Connect Ireland in peace talks with IDA over disputed fees

Connect Ireland, the job creation scheme fronted by Kilkenny businessman Terry Clune, has begun p...

Pressure on troubled credit union Citybus to merge

Pressure on troubled credit union Citybus to merge

Citybus, a Dublin-based credit union that is at the centre of an investigation into serious finan...

Mulrennan winding up Celtic Media subsidiary with assets of €850k

Mulrennan winding up Celtic Media subsidiary with assets of €850k

Celtic Media, the regional newspaper chain controlled by former business journalist Frank Mulrenn...

Ulster Bank to refund thousands of business customers

Ulster Bank to refund thousands of business customers

Almost 18,000 accounts were affected by the overcharging, which dates back to 2012, and the average amount to be refunded is less than €2,000