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.

Enterprise Ireland worker out sick for 19 years

Enterprise Ireland worker out sick for 19 years

Agency hadn’t heard from some staff in at least five years, according to audit report

Banks don’t want to lend, says cabinet minister

Banks don’t want to lend, says cabinet minister

Rural and community development minister Michael Ring blasts Irish financial institutions; plans to develop a community banking sector modelled on German Sparkasse system

Dutch investor Farringdon increases voting muscle ahead of INM agm

Dutch investor Farringdon increases voting muscle ahead of INM agm

Voting rights in INM increased from 0.73 per cent to 6.8 per cent

KBC a laggard in compensating for tracker mortgage fiasco

KBC a laggard in compensating for tracker mortgage fiasco

Three of five banks are close to 100 per cent complete with offers of compensation

Europe’s mining megaliths eye up Aughinish Alumina as US sanction threat hits home

Europe’s mining megaliths eye up Aughinish Alumina as US sanction threat hits home

Russian billionaire under pressure to sell vital Limerick metal plant as market panics

CRH to review executive pay after shareholders revolt

CRH to review executive pay after shareholders revolt

The building materials company said that it will review the metrics attached to the awarding of stock under its share option schemes later this year

Ian Guider: Paper tiger still on the prowl for Smurfit

Ian Guider: Paper tiger still on the prowl for Smurfit

International Paper’s bid to buy the Irish packaging giant has reached stalemate. It’s time to end the phoney war

Row over executive bonuses overshadows AIB’s agm

Row over executive bonuses overshadows AIB’s agm

There was little chance the government, only one crisis away from a general election, would approve sweeteners for managers at a bank that cost the state €21 billion

Malone Group set to double workforce to more than 200

Malone Group set to double workforce to more than 200

The company, which works with major pharmaceutical, food and drinks companies, said it is continuing to hire staff in Dublin and in England

Lifeline for Aughinish Alumina?

Lifeline for Aughinish Alumina?

Aughinish Alumina's parent company has been targeted by the US over links between its billionaire owner Oleg Deripaska and Moscow, but Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has made it an offer

Some huge reputations now at stake

Some huge reputations now at stake

The ODCE is concerned that the Markets Abuse Directive may have been breached. If so, it would have have serious consequences for individuals involved

State losing battle to save 450 jobs as US sanctions bite

State losing battle to save 450 jobs as US sanctions bite

The Aughinish facility has been operating as normal since the sanctions were slapped on its billionaire owner Oleg Deripaska and his UC Rusal empire as part of the tit-for-tat battle between Washington and the Kremlin

Central Bank and data watchdog ramp up pressure on INM

Central Bank and data watchdog ramp up pressure on INM

It is understood that a number of discussions in the Central Bank have been held about INM and the most recent developments to emerge

Bank AGMs now have to focus on a digital future

Bank AGMs now have to focus on a digital future

Legacy issues may dominate AIB’s upcoming AGM, but those attending would be wise to look beyond them

Dearth of engineers won't hold Malone Group back

Dearth of engineers won't hold Malone Group back

It’s been a good few years for Stephen Malone of the Malone Group - so much so that the only cloud on his horizon is a shortage of experienced Irish workers