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.

ACC to pay €70 million farewell dividend to parent firm Rabobank

ACC to pay €70 million farewell dividend to parent firm Rabobank

The now defunct lender ACC is to pay a near €70 million dividend to its Dutch parent company as...

Aughinish closure threat averted as US prepares to lift sanctions

Aughinish closure threat averted as US prepares to lift sanctions

The US Treasury Department is officially set to remove sanctions from its parent company Rusal after an agreement struck in December that involved Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska reducing his control over the company

Irish economy ‘could be worth €500bn by 2030’

Irish economy ‘could be worth €500bn by 2030’

Ireland’s economy could be worth close to €500 billion by the end of the next decade, accordi...

12 shares to watch in 2019

12 shares to watch in 2019

From sandwich-makers to house-builders, keep an eye on these stocks in the new year, write Ian Guider and Jack Horgan-Jones

OPW in ‘Fawlty Towers’ row with Tax Appeals Commission

OPW in ‘Fawlty Towers’ row with Tax Appeals Commission

The Office of Public Works has engaged in a war of words with the Tax Appeals Commission over the...

Sanctions-hit Russian bank plans to move ‘empty office’ to Dublin

Sanctions-hit Russian bank plans to move ‘empty office’ to Dublin

A Russian bank hit by European and US financial sanctions plans to shift part of its London opera...

The bursting of a big ten-year bubble

The bursting of a big ten-year bubble

Ignore the warning signs that the global economy is slowing at your peril – as shown by a painful December for the stock markets

Over €30bn flows back to US after Trump corporate tax changes

Over €30bn flows back to US after Trump corporate tax changes

More than €30 billion of cash has been repatriated by American multinational companies since US...

Fexco got €1m state grant for 175 new jobs

Fexco got €1m state grant for 175 new jobs

Grant was one of the five largest given to an Irish company by Enterprise Ireland this year

Barry family invests €750k in breast enhancement firm

Barry family invests €750k in breast enhancement firm

Cork’s Barry family injected €750,000 into breast enhancement company GC Aesthetics as part o...

Barclays’ €565m German operation will move to Ireland

Barclays’ €565m German operation will move to Ireland

The British bank Barclays has valued a part of its business that it is moving to Ireland as a res...

What happens next?

What happens next?

From Brexit to the INM report, Super Mario’s exit to Elon Musk’s next move, Ian Guider looks at 20 flashpoints that will shape the news agenda in the coming year

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

OPW internal audit report is critical of delay in moving and highlights lack of risk analysis

€6m interest earned by lenders on Irish business loan platform

€6m interest earned by lenders on Irish business loan platform

Lenders on the peer-to-peer funding platform Linked Finance have earned more than €6 million in...

Half of planned new hotels won’t open, McCann warns

Half of planned new hotels won’t open, McCann warns

Dalata chief warns of spiralling land and construction costs. More than 80 hotels are being built or are in planning process