Asset Management

We combine deep qualitative analysis by our team of investment specialists with powerful quantitative analysis from our proprietary software to inform an unconstrained approach for strong, risk-adjusted returns.

October 2018 Investment Update

Georgios Mouskoundi, Head of Advisory, introduces our investment update for September. The document contains an overview of our views on the various asset classes, as well as a range of high conviction investment ideas in equities and fixed income.

Brexit, blockchain and banking

What would it take to make London the digital capital of the world? Dolfin CEO Denis Nagy joined the line-up of speakers at Binary District’s most recent London event to consider whether blockchain is the answer.

Dolfin awarded custody and depositary licence in Malta

Ramon Bondin, recently appointed CEO of Malta-based Dolfin Asset Services, announces our new custody and depositary licence on the island and how it will benefit our clients.

Head of Investment Management

Richard Gray

Biography

Richard joined Dolfin in October 2018 from ACPI Investment Managers in London, where he was responsible for ACPI’s institutional client base and product offerings. He was also the Chair of ACPI’s southern-African business with a broad range of business and local regulatory responsibilities.

Before ACPI, Richard was at Credit Suisse where he was the head of the Special Situations team and co-head of the Multi-Asset Group. Prior to that, Richard was an investment analyst at Credit Suisse and UBS. He managed the utilities research franchise at Credit Suisse and was co-head of UBS’s top-ranked utilities equity research team. Previously, he was co-head of UBS’s software & services equity research team.

As an institutional portfolio manager with Threadneedle Investment Managers, Richard was the portfolio manager of a £500m+ equity fund which was actively invested in UK small- and mid-cap growth companies.

As an investment banker at Deutsche Morgan Grenfell (subsequently Deutsche Bank) Richard provided investment banking advice for major public and private companies.

Prior to a career in financial services, Richard was an officer in the British Army, where he gained extensive operational experience globally in both combat and peace-keeping roles.

Richard has an LLB (in Laws) from King’s College, London University, where he also won a Hardwicke Scholarship to Lincoln’s Inn.

Contact Details

London

+44 20 3883 1851

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