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Held at the Hilton Conference Centre from 5 to 6 June 2019, this year’s annual FinanceMalta conference is titled Malta: A Platform for Innovation and will include sessions on the innovation that is driving our sector forward, such as fintech and AI. This year the conference will also include case studies focusing on setting up a business in Malta and what it entails for a foreign national, giving further insight into people’s experiences with financial services in Malta.
This is the second year that we have sponsored the FinanceMalta Annual conference and it is a highlight in the business conference calendar for Malta that grows in numbers and prestige year after year.
Since last year’s conference, Dolfin has become a member of the Malta Stock Exchange and we’ve extended our operation in Malta with an upgrade to our investment services licence. With these latest permissions, we offer private and institutional clients a very comprehensive range of investment services from our offices in the heart of 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 COO Amir Nabi.
To find out more about Dolfin’s comprehensive range of solutions for private clients and institutional investors, please join us at our booth during the conference or contact us to arrange an appointment in advance.