Dolfin sponsors FinanceMalta conference 2018
Dolfin is co-sponsoring the 11th FinanceMalta Annual Conference 2018 taking place in Malta next week.
Held at the Hilton Conference Centre from 16 to 17 May 2018, the annual FinanceMalta conference aims for new heights and new markets as it provides financial services practitioners and entities with the opportunity to network among peers and to keep updated with developments taking place in the financial services sector both locally and internationally. This year’s finance conference and networking event will focus on topics like fintech business startups, GDPR, cyber security, MiFID II and MiFiR.
Our presence at this year’s event is particularly timely since we have recently earned a custody, execution and depositary licence from the Malta Financial Services Authority. With these latest permissions, we now can offer private and institutional clients a comprehensive range of investment services from our new offices in Valletta.
Given the growing importance of Malta as a financial centre and the fact that FinanceMalta’s conference is the preeminent financial event in the country, Dolfin will be represented not just by members of its Malta team but also from its London HQ, including CEO Denis Nagy and COO Amir Nabi.
To find out more about Dolfin’s comprehensive range of solutions for private and institutional investors, please join us at our booth during the conference or contact us to arrange an appointment in advance.
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