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March 2019 investment update

Markets have rallied despite what appears to be the largest economic deceleration in recent years. How long will markets ignore the fact that corporate revenue, earnings and margin forecasts are deteriorating? It seems as if risk markets once again see bad news as good news, writes Dolfin’s Head of Investment Management, Richard Gray.

A ship-shape investment

Shipping doesn’t receive the same hype and attention as electric cars and space travel, but this essential industry is upping its game, with investments in carbon neutral ships and even autonomous freight carriers.

Dolfin completes acquisition of FPW, taking client assets to more than $3bn

We are delighted to announce that we have completed our acquisition of the business of London-based Falcon Private Wealth Ltd.

Member of the Advisory Panel

Rodney Baker-Bates

Biography

Rodney Baker-Bates joined Dolfin’s Advisory Panel in March 2019. During a 50-year career, he has acquired core skills in strategy development, leadership and change management in organisations and roles spanning finance, technology and the media.

After a decade in management consulting at Arthur Andersen, Rodney spent 15 years in banking – first with Chase Manhattan Bank then Midland Bank – ultimately as general manager of Midland’s UK Bank. He then joined the BBC as Director of Finance and Information Technology and a member of the corporation’s Board of Management and its Executive Committee. His final executive role was Chief Executive Prudential Financial Services. Since 1998 he has served as Chairman of a wide range of businesses covering publicly quoted; private equity; private; unquoted subsidiaries and charities. Currently his primary role is Chairman of Willis Ltd, the major London insurance broker.

During this time, he has built up a wide range of experience. As a Chairman, he led two successful IPOs, requiring a detailed understanding of financial and risk management and giving him considerable experience of corporate finance and funding issues. He understands the application of technology to achieving innovative product and service solutions as well as customer and supplier relationship management and business generation. Rodney values the training, development and motivation of managers and staff from a wide variety of backgrounds and skills. He has also handled the complex relationship between public service and the private sector including broad public policy, Private Finance Initiative and industry regulation issues. He brings broad experience of Board leadership and succession planning with public; private equity and private companies.

Rodney is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, an Associate of the Institute of Management Consultants and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers.

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