Pepper Group has priced its inaugural term transaction of Asset Finance receivables under the newly created SPARKZ platform.
Pepper Money, Australia’s largest non-bank lender, has confirmed that it will reduce interest rates on its residential home loans by 0.25% per annum.
Pepper Group’s PRS 24 transaction was priced on Wednesday 15 May, issuing $750m of bonds back by Australian mortgages. This is Pepper’s second PRS issuance of 2019 and the third in total.
Pepper Money has released new research1 revealing what borrowers are most worried about over the coming year.
Leading non-bank mortgage lender Pepper Money today announced it completed last Friday its inaugural Green Bond issuance, with separate Eur 110 million (A$179m) and A$75m tranches, totalling A$254 million, of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) backed by energy-efficient homes.
Pepper Money is really proud to announce the extension of its Principal Partnership with St Kilda Football Club to the 2020 season.
Pepper Money has entered into an agreement with Kogan.com Limited to launch a new business called Kogan Money.
Pepper Money’s ‘Real Life Guide to Referral Marketing’ and supporting tools have been downloaded more than 2,500 times since it was officially released just over a week ago.
Experienced treasury executive, Paul Byrne has joined Global Credit provider Pepper Group as Group Treasurer.
Pepper Group has priced its first ever $1 billion RMBS issue, Pepper Residential Securities Trust No 20 (PRS20). PRS20 attracted the strongest ever over-subscription, exceeding $2 billion demonstrating extremely strong and diverse investor interest.