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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(...)

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(...)

The so-called Rhinelander Mansion on Madison Avenue, which houses the Polo Ralph Lauren store, is reportedly to go on the market.

For such an enthusiastic investor in some of the highest-profile shopping streets in the world, Limerick man Aidan Brooks is a pretty low-key guy. He(...)

Back in 2006, Irish consumers had a staggering 14 current account providers to choose from but today those options have reduced to six

Yes the financial crisis and resulting bailout of the banks have cost taxpayers billions. But a less discussed impact of the crisis has been the dimin(...)

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 (...)

Independent TD Stephen Donnelly suggested to the Taoiseach that Irish Nationwide mortgage holders “should be allowed to bid for their own mortgages at whatever discount is being offered to international financial firms”.

IBRC residential mortgages are for sale in batches of several thousand because it is a “more efficient method of disposal”, Ta(...)

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has selected an Australian financial services firm to manage a €1.8 billion portfolio of loans it plans to(...)

The National Asset Management Agency is preparing to have a maximum of €23.8 billion in loans transferred to it by the special liquidators of Irish Ba(...)

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