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.

Dalata ends spending spree

Dalata ends spending spree

Dalata, the country’s biggest hotel operator, has ended its spending spree after splashing out close to €600 million over the last year on properties in Ireland and Britain.

Ian Guider Ardagh Group has announced a stock market listing of its metals divisions – and majority owner Paul Coulson may be due a huge payday

Ian Guider Ardagh Group has announced a stock market listing of its metals divisions – and majority owner Paul Coulson may be due a huge payday

Adecade of deal- making has turned Paul Coulson’s Ardagh Group into one of the top three glass ...

Martin’s biotech fund to inject €39m into US drug company

Martin’s biotech fund to inject €39m into US drug company

Malin, the Irish biotech investment fund backed by former Elan boss Kelly Martin, will pump €39 million into an American drug company.

Central Bank concerned about insurers’ losses

Central Bank concerned about insurers’ losses

Regulator wary of intense competition between insurers and extensive losses being racked up in the cut-throat sector.

PTSB to reveal €550 million fundraising plan

PTSB to reveal €550 million fundraising plan

Permanent TSB will this week lift the lid on plans to raise €500-€550 million from private investors to plug a capital shortfall in the loss-making bank.

Banks’ rude health heralds rise in home repossessions

Banks’ rude health heralds rise in home repossessions

The repair work carried out to the banks’ balance sheets looks likely to have a visible human cost, in the form of a fresh wave of repossessions

Former RSA boss claims he was insurance firm’s ‘fall guy’

Former RSA boss claims he was insurance firm’s ‘fall guy’

l Employment Appeals Tribunal will hear case for constructive dismissal this week

Homes on the block as Ulster plans more seizures

Homes on the block as Ulster plans more seizures

l Bank drafts in extra staff to help deal with mortgage arrears. House payments more than two ye...

Former boss of RSA’s Irish arm seeking €4 million

Former boss of RSA’s Irish arm seeking €4 million

The former chief executive of the Irish arm of RSA Insurance, Philip Smith, is seeking up to €4...

Boucher admits regretting some decisions in run-up to bank crisis

Boucher admits regretting some decisions in run-up to bank crisis

Bank of Ireland boss Richie Boucher has said he regrets some of the lending decisions he made in ...

Valeo’s €60m takeover of Kelkin and Robert Roberts is green-lit

Valeo’s €60m takeover of Kelkin and Robert Roberts is green-lit

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has cleared Valeo Foods' €60 million takeover of Kelkin and Robert Roberts.

Noonan goes to City to drum up interest in AIB and PTSB

Noonan goes to City to drum up interest in AIB and PTSB

Search for new AIB boss narrows

Tony O’Reilly sells off assets worth €35m  to repay loans

Tony O’Reilly sells off assets worth €35m to repay loans

Tycoon offloads further stake in Independent News & Media, as asset sell-off escalates

Will departure of Duffy derail state’s AIB plans?

Will departure of Duffy derail state’s AIB plans?

David Duffy turned AIB around. But now that he’s leaving, how will the state’s plans to recoup the billions ploughed into the bank be affected?

Irish stocks to watch in 2015

Irish stocks to watch in 2015

Ireland’s Iseq share index has just finished a great year, but which Irish-listed companies will attract interest in 2015?