Monday July 13, 2020

Brexit Spurs Dublin Real Estate Boom, Luring Debt Investors

Dilosk Ltd, which lends to buy-to-let investors in Ireland, has become the biggest player in the sector

18th April, 2019
Pic: Getty

Bankers and lawyers relocating to Dublin while Brexit reshapes London’s financial industry are fueling a property boom that’s got the attention of debt investors.

Dilosk Ltd, which lends to buy-to-let investors in Ireland, is already planning another offering of securities repackaging its own mortgages after an inaugural deal last week, Chief Executive Officer Fergal McGrath said in an interview. That deal saw orders for three times the debt on sale.

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