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With its high GDP, thriving SME sector and social progressiveness, Taiwan is in a strong position to welcome international investment. Melody Lin, Project Manager, reports from her home country.
With common rules for funds across the EU, the idea of regulatory arbitrage is largely a thing of the past, but there are still some significant differences for managers to consider, says Ramon Bondin, CEO of Dolfin Asset Services (Malta).
Rapid growth and increasing foreign direct investment in Africa has given rise to a new class of wealthy individuals and corporations. Sebastian Halle-Smith, Senior Relationship Manager at Dolfin, explores how they are choosing to invest their wealth and whether there is a renewed scramble for Africa as a result.
Middle classes in developing nations are the world’s biggest demand sector, yet many companies have failed to access them. Simon Black, Dolfin’s Head of Investment Management, looks at how firms and investors can refocus on this vast and growing group.
The Malta Stock Exchange – which Dolfin has been a direct member of since last year – has been trading since 1992. As it nears its 30th anniversary, it is looking forward to an increasingly digital and international future says its Chairman, Joseph Portelli.
A major maritime trading post for centuries, Oman’s strategic Arabian Peninsula location fostered a nation of traders, tacticians and empire-builders. Fast forward to 2019, and there’s a new wave of opportunity on the horizon for investors, says Adrian Christofides, Director, Ultra-High-Net-Worth and Family Offices in Asia, Dolfin.
Africa’s largest economy is still in the process of recovering from its 2016 recession, and the unmet needs of its fast-growing population present significant opportunities for investors, writes Temidire Odesanya, Relationship Manager at Dolfin
The Dominican Republic’s sun and beaches are popular with UK tourists, but it has even more to offer investors. James McKeigue, Managing Editor of Dolfin’s partner LatAm Investor, reports.
Ahead of FinanceMalta’s annual conference in June, the organisation’s chairman Kenneth Farrugia speaks to Dolfin about how innovation is driving the development of the island’s financial services sector.
A key question facing players in a vibrant and rapidly growing fintech hub is whether to disrupt, collaborate, build or buy. Nikolay Pomortsev, Project Manager, reports from Dolfin’s Amsterdam office.
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.
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.