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.

What awaits the banks?

What awaits the banks?

Last year was a turning point for the banks and a time of consolidation. The slow climb back to profitability has begun

The NTMA’s new broom

The NTMA’s new broom

Conor O’Kelly, the new chief executive of the NTMA, is inheriting a very different organisation from the one that Michael Somers built up over the years

Is time on C&C’s side?

Is time on C&C’s side?

The drinks giant has to convince investors that a move into the pub trade makes sense for it. Ian Guider reports

The NTMA’s new broom

The NTMA’s new broom

Conor O’Kelly, the new chief executive of the NTMA, is inheriting a very different organisation from the one that Michael Somers built up over the years

Is time on C&C's side?

Is time on C&C's side?

The drinks giant has to convince investors that a move into the pub trade makes sense for it.

Wheels coming off the Tesco juggernaut

Wheels coming off the Tesco juggernaut

Tesco's new chief executive will struggle to turn around a supermarket giant that faces tough competition from discounters, writes Ian Guider.

STRESSED: Will banks survive the latest tests?

STRESSED: Will banks survive the latest tests?

Seven days from now, we will learn the results of the ECB stress tests, and find out which Irish banks have made it – and whether any have failed

Cyril who?

Cyril who?

A year into his job, the new financial regulator is largely anonymous in public. But what's he been up to behind the scenes?

Glanbia's future is fit and muscular

Glanbia's future is fit and muscular

The company is transforming, with the sports nutrition market being key to its strategy, writes Ian Guider.

Have the banks really turned a corner?

Have the banks really turned a corner?

The extremely hard work of cleaning the banks up is over. Now the hard work of keeping them profitable begins in earnest, writes Ian Guider.

The Ulster Bank Problem

The Ulster Bank Problem

Ulster Bank has fallen far since its halcyon days, but there are still hopes that it can once again become a force to be reckoned with, writes Ian Guider.

A Permanent link-up for Ulster and TSB?

A Permanent link-up for Ulster and TSB?

The long-touted potential merger between Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB is being talked about once again but, writes Ian Guider.

Markets and the heady spell of cheap money

Markets and the heady spell of cheap money

The world's stock markets are at an all-time high, but could anything shatter their optimism?

How to rebuild a bank after a massive financial crisis

How to rebuild a bank after a massive financial crisis

With a return to profitability and an increase in lending, analysts agree AIB is on the road to recovery, writes Ian Guider.

The financial heads that didn't roll

The financial heads that didn't roll

Did the banks mislead Nama about the quality of their loans and thus their predicted 'haircut'? If they did, why are they getting away with it, asks Ian Guider.