Investment accounts

Authorised and regulated by the UK’s FCA to provide investment accounts, we are bound by CASS rules to segregate and protect client assets.

August 2019 investment update

With US vs China and UK vs the EU we anticipate bouts of elevated volatility in H2 2019 – which will require nimble movement in and out of equity markets to avoid losses. Our August monthly investment update is now available to download and view online.

The end of the grid

The entrenched, centralised nature of our electricity supply is being disrupted, largely by community energy projects. But what does this mean for the sector?

Dolfin Quarterly magazine now available online

For the first time since we began publishing it in 2017, our latest DQ magazine is available for download. If you haven’t yet picked up your printed copy at our offices, please help yourself to the Summer 2019 issue as a PDF below.

Diary

Our weekly look at the people, technologies and ideas shaping the investment landscape

The end of the grid

The entrenched, centralised nature of our electricity supply is being disrupted, largely by community energy projects. But what does this mean for the sector?

Dolfin
/ 16 August 2019

Social currency

Is social media just a vehicle for preening Instagram influencers and obnoxious Twitter trolls, or does it have relevance in the wealth management space?

Dolfin
/ 23 July 2019
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A ship-shape investment

Shipping doesn’t receive the same hype and attention as electric cars and space travel, but this essential industry is upping its game, with investments in carbon neutral ships and even autonomous freight carriers.

Dolfin
/ 21 May 2019

Caribbean connections

A recent Dolfin event and panel discussion highlighted the rich potential the Dominican Republic offers to international investors and Latin America in general.

Dolfin
/ 9 April 2019
Technology

The end of the grid

The entrenched, centralised nature of our electricity supply is being disrupted, largely by community energy projects. But what does this mean for the sector?

Dolfin
/ 16 August 2019

Can tech beat the backstop?

The so-called Irish backstop has proved a massive stumbling block to delivering Brexit. Many believe a technological fix can be found to address the thorny issue of the Irish border – but what might such a solution look like?

Dolfin
/ 9 July 2019
Lifestyle

A bull market for artificial animal products?

Recently, we’ve seen a slew of lab-made meat companies, claiming to have replicated the taste of ‘real meat’ in an effort to reduce our dependence on farmed animals and their impact on the planet. But will consumers ever want to buy the stuff?

Dolfin
/ 23 April 2019