Dilosk, which bought ICS mortgages from Bank of Ireland in 2014, has been offering buy-to-let loans since 2016 and ventured into the owner-occupier sector in September. Photograph: iStock

Dilosk, the non-bank mortgage lender, swung into profit in 2018 and expects its total loan book to grow to €650 million by the end of this year. The (...)

Dilosk chief executive Fergal McGrath: ‘We’d have a very strong appetite to buy performing and reperforming loans’

London-based investment firm Chenavari trebled its stake in Dilosk late last year to almost 30 per cent, as the Irish mortgage lender seeks to grow in(...)

Dilosk  said the 1,200 performing mortgages involved in the traction will continue to be serviced by the asset servicing arm of Australian financial firm Pepper Photograph: Peter Byrne

Specialist buy-to-let lender Dilosk, which bought Bank of Ireland’s ICS Mortgages brand in 2014, has acquired €160 million of owner-occupier loans tha(...)