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February 2019 investment update

Despite a deterioration in economic data, particularly in Europe and China, risk markets started 2019 on the front foot. This seemed to be largely due to a renewed spirit of dovishness amongst some of the world’s most important central bankers, writes Dolfin’s Head of Investment Management, Richard Gray.

Pensions in the millennial age

Millennials’ attitudes and behaviour – and those of their employers – are creating an alien pensions landscape, writes Nick McCall, Dolfin’s Head of Wealth Management.

Dolfin acquires business of UK subsidiary of Falcon Private Bank

Dolfin and the Swiss-based Falcon Private Bank announced today Dolfin’s acquisition of the business of Falcon’s UK subsidiary, Falcon Private Wealth Ltd.

Head of Trading

Audris Kezi

Biography

Audris is an experienced fixed income sales trader with deep knowledge of the market and broad range of connections in the industry. He has developed and led an Emerging Markets desk at one of the London based inter-dealer brokers. The trading turnover, which included corporate and sovereign bonds issued in CIS/Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and Middle East more than doubled during the period. Prior, to joining Dolfin, Audris worked as Head of Fixed Income Trading for a Swiss private bank in London and developed strong relationships with Eastern European and CIS investor bases as well as US based credit funds.

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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.

Audris Kezi
/ 22 January 2019
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