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.

Takeover talk pushes Smurfit Kappa shares to record high

Takeover talk pushes Smurfit Kappa shares to record high

Smurfit Kappa shares surged to a record high last week, as it was linked as a takeover ...

Firm backed by Malin in legal battle with US giant Clorex

Firm backed by Malin in legal battle with US giant Clorex

A high-profile healthcare company backed by the Dublin-quoted biotech fund Malin is at ...

PTSB to seek London listing as part of push to raise €525m in IPO

PTSB to seek London listing as part of push to raise €525m in IPO

The beleaguered bank will begin raising the money just over a fortnight from now.

Market Talk with Ian Guider

Market Talk with Ian Guider

C&C is certainly full of ambition, but does it have a clear plan? Drinks company C&C last...

Heavy hitters gear up to get in the ring

Heavy hitters gear up to get in the ring

The insiders at the top of the financial system in the run-up to the crash are set to be grilled by eager committee members

Taking over the hot seat at AIB

Taking over the hot seat at AIB

With the imminent departure of AIB chief executive David Duffy, the clever money is on an insider replacement

TV3 set for sale as suitors circle

TV3 set for sale as suitors circle

Station’s investor keen to exit channel

Credit Suisse to move financial traders from London to Dublin

Credit Suisse to move financial traders from London to Dublin

Credit Suisse is planning to relocate some of its trading operations to Dublin from London, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Sinking  sovereign Will Europe let Greece drown?

Sinking sovereign Will Europe let Greece drown?

Why are investors unfazed by the prospect of Greece running out of cash or exiting the euro?

Ian Guider Dairy farmers need to be prepared for the end of milk quotas across Europe when it comes along in a few weeks

Ian Guider Dairy farmers need to be prepared for the end of milk quotas across Europe when it comes along in a few weeks

The sale of ten million shares should return about €170 million to the co-op members. That’s a tidy sum due, and not the first distribution they’ve received back from the co-op.

Down and down the euro goes; where it stops, nobody knows

Down and down the euro goes; where it stops, nobody knows

The euro is heading for parity with the dollar by the end of the year, and the fall against sterling has gathered momentum. What does all this mean for us?

Malin will urge firms it invests in to list on ISE

Malin will urge firms it invests in to list on ISE

€330m investment fund wants to see Ireland become biotech and life sciences hub.

PTSB beefs up advisory team ahead of funds drive

PTSB beefs up advisory team ahead of funds drive

Permanent TSB is beefing up its advisory team, as it prepares to raise €525 million in fresh capital from private investors.

Staffing headache at Central Bank as brain drain empties regulatory posts

Staffing headache at Central Bank as brain drain empties regulatory posts

The number of unfilled positions at the Central Bank is growing with almost 100 vacancies in key regulatory areas.

PTSB aiming to be back in the black a year early

PTSB aiming to be back in the black a year early

Chief executive Jeremy Masding says he is transforming his bank into a profitable retail business to challenge AIB and Bank of Ireland, but there’s no clear way out for the state yet