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Pepper Ireland last week announced plans to recommence commercial lending

Pepper Ireland recorded a slight decline in revenues last year to €50.1 million from €52.8 million due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Thi(...)

Pepper Ireland employs more than 450 people in Shannon and Dublin, and has more than €18 billion of assets under management

Pepper Ireland is to recommence commercial lending due to more favourable market conditions and new opportunities in the Irish market, the company has(...)

Mr Doddrell has been appointed under the terms of the relationship framework between the Minister for Finance and the bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB (PTSB) has appointed of Paul Doddrell, former chief executive of loan servicing company Pepper Ireland, as a non-executive director. M(...)

PTSB will receive the €1.2 billion net value of the portfolio. Photograph: Alan Betson

Permanent TSB chief executive Eamonn Crowley has dampened speculation it could emerge as a “white knight” merger partner for Ulster Bank in the Republ(...)

Pepper Ireland recorded a 25 per cent rise in revenues to €52 million in the year before the sale

The €200 million merger between Australian company Link Group and Pepper Ireland’s immediate parent, has been referred for a full investigation. The(...)

Westpark business campus in Shannon.

Irish-owned business park investor Fine Grain Property has agreed to buy the Westpark business campus in Shannon for more than €50 million. The camp(...)

Pepper made an €8.6 million gain arising from the sale of its residential mortgage business last year.

Pepper Ireland , which sold its €200 million residential mortgage loan portfolio late last year, has reported a huge surge in pretax profits for 2018.(...)

KKR has previously said that it is fully committed to Pepper’s Irish unit, which employs more than 400 people in Dublin and Shannon, and manages a mixture of legacy debt and about €150 million of new Irish mortgages.

Private equity group KKR has added a small sweetener to its bid for Australia’s Pepper Group, caving to a demand from the non-bank lender’s biggest sh(...)

Pepper Ireland chief executive Paul Doddrell. US private equity giant KKR, which is in the process of buying Pepper, has rejected suggestions that it may try to offload the group’s Irish assets.

US private equity giant KKR, which is in the process of buying financial services firm Pepper, has rejected suggestions that it may try to offload th(...)

As of last month, some €150 million worth of home loans had either been drawn down or in the pipeline to be issued by Pepper. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

The Irish assets of Australian financial services firm Pepper may be spun off by its new owners in a bid to streamline the business and focus on the g(...)

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