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.

Market Talk - euro is vulnerable

Market Talk - euro is vulnerable

While Greece was tottering on the precipice last week, the markets remained surprisingly tranquil – but the euro is looking vulnerable

Malin’s investment could lead on cancer treatment

Malin’s investment could lead on cancer treatment

Irish biotech fund Malin says its latest investment, the British drug company Immunocore, will have a potentially ground-breaking cancer treatment on the market within the next three years.

Government appoints new BoI director

Government appoints new BoI director

The government plans to appoint a new public interest director to Bank of Ireland’s board to oversee taxpayers’ near 14 per cent stake.

AIB set to scale back debt division

AIB set to scale back debt division

AIB is considering closing the regional offices of its debt management division as part of plans to scale back the unit’s activities

Orphan funds surge with strategy tweak

Orphan funds surge with strategy tweak

The investment fund that manages money for over 18,000 wards of court and minors surged in value ...

Eurogroup set to approve last-ditch €80bn Greek bailout

Eurogroup set to approve last-ditch €80bn Greek bailout

Europe’s finance ministers were yesterday set to give their seal of approval to a last-minute b...

China takes action to prevent stock market crash

China takes action to prevent stock market crash

Global risks in China’s spectacular stock market meltdown

Walking into the abyss?

Walking into the abyss?

Despite last week’s shock referendum result, Greece now looks even closer to taking the bailout its people rejected – but can a deal be reached before the ATMs run dry?

Kainos chief is EY Entrepreneur of the Year

Kainos chief is EY Entrepreneur of the Year

Ian Guider spoke to Brendan Mooney when the firm floated in London last year

Trawl of wealthy tax avoiders nets €44m

Trawl of wealthy tax avoiders nets €44m

The Revenue Commissioners has taken in close to €44 million from a trawl of high net worth indi...

Iona’s income jumps 20 per cent

Iona’s income jumps 20 per cent

The Iona Institute saw a surge in profits last year after a near 20 per cent jump in its income. ...

Dragon quest heats up as ENOC battles shareholders

Dragon quest heats up as ENOC battles shareholders

The battle for control of Dublin-listed explorer Dragon has stepped up a gear, with the Emirates ...

Last act of a Greek tragedy?

Last act of a Greek tragedy?

On the ground, just what is happening in Greece? And what does the future hold? In this major report from Athens, Markets Editor Ian Guider outlines the potential fallout from today’s referendum - for Greece, for the euro and for Ireland

Greece: A nation at the crossroads

Greece: A nation at the crossroads

To the tens of thousands of mostly young people piled into Syntagma Square and crammed down the streets surrounding the imposing Greek parliament, it was the simplest and most powerful of messages. To the cries of “oxi” (Greek for no), Alexis Tsipras

The Digicel flotation: O’Brien’s masterstroke?

The Digicel flotation: O’Brien’s masterstroke?

Launching Digicel on the New York Stock Exchange could see Denis O’Brien’s telco valued at up to $10 billion