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Dolfin opens for US trading hours

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Dolfin, an independent wealth management platform, has extended the hours of operation of its London-based independent trading desk to include US trading hours, allowing clients to execute trades in US-listed securities for the full duration of the session.

Dolfin’s trading and execution service operates through a network of more than 230 counterparties, trading across a wide range of asset classes. Extending to US trading hours increases options available to clients, providing access to more liquidity and pricing choices.
 
With this extension of trading hours, Dolfin gives clients direct access to execute trades across time zones, increasing flexibility. Furthermore, the move enables clients trading European shares to continue trading after the European markets close by leveraging American Depositary Receipts (ADR) liquidity.
 
Audris Kezi, Head of Trading at Dolfin, says: “We have always prided ourselves on our ability to execute trades for clients – even in ‘hard to source’ securities. We’ve long offered a complete multi-asset execution service to a broad range of instruments and markets. Now, for example, if one of our clients is trading a European equity also listed on a US exchange, they don’t have to wait until the next day to complete which reduces risk. Ultimately our enhanced service helps us achieve the best results for our clients”.
 

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