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.

Green bonds vs SDG bonds

In this latest excerpt from our Q1 2020 investment outlook, Dolfin Credit Analyst Geoff Wan discusses the green bond market, how it has grown over the last few years, and looks to the future and introduction of the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) format.

Finding a balance

After years of extremes, luxury property design trends appear to be approaching a middle way at the dawn of the 2020s.

Dolfin shortlisted six times in WealthBriefing European Awards

Dolfin has been shortlisted in a total of six categories for WealthBriefing’s Eighth Annual European Awards. The shortlisted categories include recognition at both a company and individual level.

Senior Relationship Manager

Adrian Christofides

Biography

Adrian joined the Private Wealth Management team at Dolfin as Senior Relationship Manager, tasked with developing business  in a number of locations, with particular focus on the Middle East.

Adrian joined Dolfin from Altaira Capital Partners where he had been since joining them in June 2016 – Prior to Altaira he was a Director of Falcon Private Wealth Ltd, covering investments for Family Offices in the EMEA region.

Earlier roles have included working for Goldman Sachs Investment Management Division, covering key clients in Europe and Scandinavia, and HSBC Private Bank Wealth Management Investment Group in London.

Adrian is an associate of the CISI.

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Postcard from Oman

A major maritime trading post for centuries, Oman’s strategic Arabian Peninsula location fostered a nation of traders, tacticians and empire-builders. Fast forward to 2019, and there’s a new wave of opportunity on the horizon for investors, says Adrian Christofides, Director, Ultra-High-Net-Worth and Family Offices in Asia, Dolfin.

Adrian Christofides
/ 17 September 2019
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