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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(...)

At the launch of  Pepper Money’s sponsorship of Shamrock Rovers:  Brendan Murray,   Ronan Finn and Paul Doddrell.

The Irish unit of listed Australian non-bank lender Pepper increased its pre-tax profit last year to €8.4 million, having launched a residential mortg(...)

“We will continue to explore new markets here. We’re still looking at personal loans and the auto finance business”, said Pepper Ireland CEO Paul Doddrell.

Australian lender Pepper Money has set up a new sales division here to offer commercial mortgages from this month, with loan values ranging from €250,(...)

Kieran Desmond, appointed non-executive director at Pepper Finance.

Irish lender Pepper Finance Corporation has appointed Kieran Desmond as an independent non-executive director. Mr Desmond, a brother of wealthy busi(...)

Pepper Ireland chief executive Paul Doddrell with Shamrock Rovers chief executive Brendan Murray in Tallaght Stadium. Photograph: Maggie Doherty

Ireland’s newest mortgage lender Pepper Money has agreed a two-year sponsorship deal with Shamrock Rovers that could be worth up to €400,000 for the T(...)

Andrew Hastings

Andrew Hastings, the former chief of Barclays Bank in Ireland, has been appointed to the board of Pepper Finance Corporation (Ireland), the loan servi(...)

Pepper Money will provide mortgages for both residential and buy-to-let customers, and it specialises in areas including refinancers, buy-to-let, the self-employed and people with historic credit issues.

Pepper, the Irish subsidiary of the Australian-listed financial services group, is to start selling mortgages directly to Irish customers for the fir(...)

Latest accounts for Pepper Finance Corporation (Ireland) DAC show that its revenue rose by 28 per cent to €37.8 million.

Mortgage provider and loan servicing group Pepper Ireland recorded a 28 per cent rise in its revenues last year but its profit declined largely due to(...)

Pepper Homeloans’s variable rates now start at 3.1 per cent, one of the lowest in the Irish market.

The Irish subsidiary of Australian listed financial services group Pepper, which began offering home loans here earlier this year, has cut it variabl(...)

Pepper Homeloans will launch three mortgage products in Ireland for both home owners and buy-to-let loans. They will be targeted at people looking to switch their loans or consolidate their debts, the self-employed or those with impaired credit histories, and first-time buyers.

The Irish subsidiary of Australian listed financial services group Pepper is set to offer home loans here from February 1st through a small group of (...)

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