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.

January 2020 investment update

Global equities made further gains in December, appreciating 2.9 per cent (as measured by MSCI World Index), taking their annual performance to 25.2 per cent, the best result for global...

Transformative technology

The technology platform supporting all facets of Dolfin’s business is now in place and ready for the next phase of growth. Richard Webb, who headed the project, and Amir Nabi, our COO, reflect on the experience and what now lies ahead.

Dolfin model portfolios outperform their benchmarks

We have announced our model portfolio performance for the year ending 31 December 2019, with strong performance across the board.

Investment Associate

Anny Giavelli

Biography

Anny joined Dolfin at the beginning of 2018. She covers both institutional and private clients, with a focus on Asia Pacific and Europe.

Before joining Dolfin, Anny spent two years working on blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies, first as a fundraising specialist for Cipher Princples, then as an external crypto economics adviser to micro investing specialist DSTOQ.

Anny’s involvement and interest in impact investing began previously, when she worked as Business Development Manager at an international NGO in Japan and as Impact Investment Fellow at an impact investment fund in South Africa. Her expertise in emerging markets was acquired at the beginning of her career when she worked on Citi’s Asia Pacific Equity Sales & Corporate Access team in Hong Kong.

Born in China, raised in Italy and educated in UK, Anny holds a double Msc in Finance, Financial Engineering & Risk Management at Bocconi University and Imperial College Business School.

Contact Details

50 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8HA, UK

+44 20 3883 1891

[email protected]

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Education
M.Sc Finance, Bocconi University M.Sc Financial Engineering & Risk Management, Imperial College Business School
Sector expertise
Blockchain Impact investing Wealth management
Languages
Cantonese Mandarin French Italian
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In conversation with Sharon Vosmek

Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia, is passionate about investing in high-growth start-ups founded and led by women. She spoke to Dolfin’s Head of Investment Management, Simon Black, and Investment Associate Anny Giavelli about her vision for the organisation and the role of women in business

Anny Giavelli
/ 26 November 2019
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