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Dolfin appoints Nick McCall as Head of Wealth Management

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Independent wealth management platform Dolfin has appointed Nick McCall as Head of Wealth Management.

With over 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry – most recently leading private wealth firms such as Hay Hill, Falcon Private Wealth and Clariden Leu and, before that, senior roles at the likes of Credit Suisse and Merrill Lynch – McCall joins Dolfin to strengthen its sales and trading capabilities, and lead an expanding team of private client relationship managers.
 
McCall’s role, along with Dolfin’s other significant appointments and extension of its permissions in Malta during H1 of 2018, signals the continual development of the firm. Dolfin now offers custody, depositary (in Malta), execution brokerage and asset management services to private clients, financial advisers and institutional investors from both its London headquarters and its newly expanded office in Valletta.
 
McCall comments: “Dolfin is now a well-established firm with forward momentum. I’m excited about the opportunity to build awareness of its offerings, extending and diversifying its international private client base. Unlike many wealth managers with outdated systems and legacy thinking, Dolfin’s approach is truly nimble. By combining technology with investment expertise, it can offer a compelling client experience that I’m eager to be a part of delivering.”
 
Denis Nagy, CEO of Dolfin, says: “We’re delighted to welcome Nick to the team. He brings a wealth of industry expertise and his long history in wealth management will support our focus on building close and lasting relationships with our clients. Nick’s appointment is part of our continued commitment to significantly improve our investment process by challenging convention and harnessing technology.”
 

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