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.

Permanent TSB is under pressure as mortgage lending goes up 2 per cent

Permanent TSB is under pressure as mortgage lending goes up 2 per cent

The housing market is vital to PTSB's future

Meath firm pays €36m for Irish arm of Restore

Meath firm pays €36m for Irish arm of Restore

British company exits Ireland after just three months

Paddy Power boss Corcoran scoops more than €5m in share sale

Paddy Power boss Corcoran scoops more than €5m in share sale

Corcoran still a large shareholder in the betting company

ECB: Super Mario fires his bazooka once again

ECB: Super Mario fires his bazooka once again

Draghi ups ante in the battle to fight deflation, writes Ian Guider

Ikea's Irish store rakes in €2.5 million in cash each week

Ikea's Irish store rakes in €2.5 million in cash each week

Profits double at Swedish home furnishings superstore

Ian Guider: Permanent TSB struggles to grow lending

Ian Guider: Permanent TSB struggles to grow lending

Permanent TSB has reported progress on many fronts, just not the one that really matters, writes Ian Guider

AIB has a narrow opening for a big bet

AIB has a narrow opening for a big bet

State-owned lender wants to go private as soon as new government and market conditions allow

Muldoon: no dividends until FBD has turned a profit

Muldoon: no dividends until FBD has turned a profit

Insurance giant scrapped its dividend midway through last year

Banks to get €375m windfall from sale of Visa

Banks to get €375m windfall from sale of Visa

AIB and BoI in line for payday

Glanbia chief’s 2015 pay packet up by €300,000

Glanbia chief’s 2015 pay packet up by €300,000

Talbot sees overall package rise to €1.9 million

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Ian Guider's Market Talk

As Permanent TSB prepares to publish its latest results, it has big problems to address

Coulson’s Ardagh hopes to control US firm

Coulson’s Ardagh hopes to control US firm

Company in bid to snap up parts of rival Ball Corporation

COMMENT: Frustration as AIB sale prospects trickle away despite strong profits

COMMENT: Frustration as AIB sale prospects trickle away despite strong profits

Markets Editor Ian Guider on why the bank's political masters are in a lesser state of readiness for a sale

Banking: AIB’s €21 billion question

Banking: AIB’s €21 billion question

With stock markets shuddering across the world, it’s unclear when the first slice of the taxpayers’ 99% stake in Allied Irish Banks will be sold off

Ian Guider: €900k wage packet is no big talking point

Ian Guider: €900k wage packet is no big talking point

The fact that Richie Boucher’s compensation package has been met with a muted response says it all about where we are