Tagged: ireland strategic investment fund

Ireland Government Talks with GLI Regarding Fund Management Said to Hit Snag

GLI Finance, an alternative finance portfolio company, was apparently queued up to aid the  Irish government in its creation of a fund that would boost non-bank lenders.  According to a report in the Independent, negotiations were “unsuccessful”. GLI apparently declined to comment. The Ireland Strategic… Read More

Access Granted: Ireland’s Small Businesses Soon To Access Low-Interest, Asset-Backed Loans, Funded By The State

  Asset-backed finance has been chosen as the next round of lending for the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI), which was set up in 2014 to offer low-cost loans to lenders, according to a recent story in the Independent. The SBCI, led by Scotsman Nick… Read More

Ireland Strategic Investment Fund to Target Peer to Peer Loans

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) is sizing up the opportunity of investing in peer to peer loans following the lead of other global institutions. ISIF is a sovereign fund that was established in December of 2014 with a statutory mandate to invest on a commercial… Read More

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