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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 (...)

ICS Mortgages will start offering owner-occupier mortgages again for the first time under new owner, Dilosk. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Buy-to-let mortgages provider Dilosk confirmed on Tuesday that it is entering the owner-occupier lending market from this week under its ICS Mortgages(...)

The latest pool of mortgages being refinanced through an RMBS deal relate to buy-to-let loans issued by Dilosk in recent years under the ICS brand

Dublin-based mortgage lender Dilosk is seeking to raise €210 million in the international bond markets by refinancing a portfolio of buy-to-let mortga(...)

Dilosk also said that it had completed the purchase of a €182 million portfolio of Irish residential mortgages that were written by Leeds Building Society. Photograph: iStock

Dilosk, a buy-to-let mortgage lender, said on Friday it had completed a €286 million bond offering, backed by performing Irish loans in its second suc(...)

RMBS deal will be backed by mortgages originated by GE Capital and Leeds Building Society

Dilosk, the buy-to-let specialist that bought Bank of Ireland’s ICS Mortgages brand in 2014, said on Monday it plans to refinance €290 million of mort(...)

Dutch financial group Rabobank has decided to take direct ownership of the remaining €3.2 billion of loans at its former ACCBank unit in Ireland. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank retail lender, has lined up UK asset manager M&G Investments to fund its entry into the mortgage mar(...)

A home of your own: AIB has a 33 per cent share of the residential mortgage market, while Bank of Ireland has 28 per cent. Photograph: iStock

When you’re in the market for a new mortgage, it makes sense to widen your net as far as possible and make yourself aware of all available deals. Incr(...)

Dilosk’s owner occupier mortgages will be offered nationwide and “market wide”. Photograph: iStock

Irish lender Dilosk intends to enter the owner-occupier mortgage market in the first half of next year, adding to its current offering in the buy-to-l(...)

The Central Bank said  it expects lenders will have  commenced engagement with affect customers by  mid-2017.

Some 8,200 mortgage accounts holders have been identified so far as having been denied a tracker rate by their lender here, the Central Bank of Irelan(...)

The Irish Nationwide  Portfolio is being sold by joint liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation. Photograph: Alan Betson

AIB and Bank of Ireland could end up going head-to-head for a €250 million book of former Irish Nationwide residential mortgages. The Irish Tim(...)

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