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Billy Kane, CEO Finance Ireland. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the largest non-bank lender in the State, saw its new lending jump 62 per cent to a record €793.8 million in 2019, before the company(...)

The Shannon-based group services about 60,000 residential mortgages on behalf of third parties as well providing finance itself in Ireland

Mortgage servicing and lending firm Pepper Ireland is to cease commercial lending in Ireland, citing “increasingly challenging market conditions”. Th(...)

Finance Ireland chief executive  Billy Kane. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank lender, is actively working on plans for a stock market flotation this year, The Irish Times has establi(...)

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 (...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane says the lender is now a “substantial business” challenging the main banks across a number of sectors. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Finance Ireland, the State’s largest non-bank retail lender, has launched a series of residential mortgage products in a bid to compete with the main (...)

Finance Ireland chief executive Billy Kane at the company’s base on Pembroke Road, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan James Brophy

Billy Kane knew time was up in August 2008 for his lending business that allowed seniors to release equity in their homes when a Wall Street bank that(...)

Photograph: iStock

Finance Ireland is getting into the Irish residential mortgage market, buying Pepper Money’s €200 million loan portfolio. The value of the deal was (...)

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,(...)