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Brexit vote: The UK runs out of superlatives

Despite all the impassioned headlines this morning, we have learned almost nothing as aresult of last night’s defeat.

The business of beauty

Millennials’ quest to achieve the perfect complexion is driving a boom in the skincare and beauty industry and abundant opportunity for investment. We investigate the rise and rise of skincare start-ups and ask where to find the next big winners.

Dolfin opens for US trading hours

Dolfin announced today that we have extended the hours of operation of our London-based independent trading desk to include US trading hours, allowing clients to execute trades in US-listed securities for the full duration of the session.

Diary. Macro & Markets

Postcard from Belgium

With its longstanding history of providing ‘neutral ground’ on which to build collaborative organisations like Euroclear, SWIFT and MasterCard, it’s perhaps no surprise that, today, Belgium is fostering some innovative fintech projects. Our CMO, Andrew Carrier, reports from the country where he grew up.

Andrew Carrier
/ 11 December 2018

Postcard from Russia

No one talks about BRICS any more, and among the major emerging markets, Russia is particularly out of favour with investors. But it’s time to take a fresh look at the world’s largest country, says Dolfin’s Head of Engineering, Konstantin Mashukov, of his homeland.

Konstantin Mashukov
/ 13 November 2018

Postcard from Switzerland

Switzerland’s highly decentralised system of cantons competing with each other to attract businesses has helped secure its reputation as a safe haven for investors, explains Maria Ivanova, Sales Marketing Manager at Dolfin, who is a Swiss national.

Maria Ivanova
/ 11 September 2018

Postcard from Malta

The momentum of the Maltese economy shows no signs of abating. The country is well placed to become an important bridge between post-Brexit Britain and the EU, and to keep growing and diversifying. Moreover, it has embraced many of the latest digital sectors, including digital ledger technologies (blockchain) and crypto currencies, writes Ramon Bondin, CEO of Dolfin Asset Services.

Ramon Bondin
/ 31 July 2018

Postcard from Greece

The Greek government’s economic forecasts suggest recovery and solid growth in 2018, but the reality of day-to-day life in Greece is rather different, writes Dolfin’s Head of Sales, Georgios Ercan, who recently returned from a visit to his home country.

Georgios Ercan
/ 13 March 2018

Postcard from France

Valentin Vincendon, Dolfin’s Head of Product Development, looks at the prospects for the technology sector in his home country and explores whether start-up fever can generate long-term heat.

Dolfin
/ 6 December 2017

Postcard from China

China is making – and losing – wealth at an incredible speed. It’s part and parcel of the process of building (or in China’s case, rebuilding) a superpower and superpowered economy fit for purpose, says Giles Cheney, Head of China Desk at Dolfin

Giles Cheney
/ 25 September 2017

Postcard from Brazil

Despite its widely reported economic and political woes, Brazil’s tech sector is booming. Antonio Furtado, Relationship Manager at Dolfin, reports from his home country, and asks what the future holds for the world’s ninth-largest economy

Dolfin
/ 29 May 2017

Postcard from Iran

China is making – and losing – wealth at an incredible speed. It’s part and parcel of the process of building (or in China’s case, rebuilding) a superpower and superpowered economy fit for purpose, says Giles Cheney, Head of China Desk at Dolfin

Dolfin
/ 16 January 2017