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September 2019 investment update

The summer of 2019 was always going to be a tricky time to navigate. When trading volumes lighten, macro news can cause elevated volatility across asset classes. Our September monthly investment update is now available to download and view online.

A 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.

Dolfin shortlisted twice in the International Investment Awards 2019

Simon Black, our Head of Investment Management, has been shortlisted in the ‘Emerging Talent of the Year’ category and Dolfin as a firm for ‘Excellence in Client Service’, in the annual International Investment Awards. Voting is now open.

Temidire Odesanya


Temidire joined Dolfin in May 2019 following the successful acquisition of Falcon Private Wealth. She is a Relationship Manager with a focus on the West African market. Temidire spent four years at Falcon Private Wealth as an Assistant Relationship Manager for Africa and the Middle East.

Prior to joining Falcon, Temidire worked in the start-up and social enterprise sectors in the UK.

Temidire has a Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from Goldsmiths, University of London and a BSc in Politics and International Relations from the University of Southampton and has also completed the Investment Advice Diploma.

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MA Social Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London B.Sc Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton
Sector expertise
Wealth Management Emerging Markets

Postcard from Nigeria

Africa’s largest economy is still in the process of recovering from its 2016 recession, and the unmet needs of its fast-growing population present significant opportunities for investors, writes Temidire Odesanya, Relationship Manager at Dolfin

Temidire Odesanya
/ 20 August 2019
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