Dolfin Europe

The founder of Dolfin Europe, an investment management platform operating in the UK and Europe, is marking a milestone anniversary since setting up an office in Malta five years ago.

Denis Nagy, currently Managing Director of Artek Group, said setting up in Malta has been a successful move for the company, one that was instigated by Brexit back in 2016.

“We first established an office in Malta in 2016, immediately following the Brexit vote. Back then we were a small desk operating as a European outpost of our UK headquarters,” says the Founder.

“What Malta could offer us was international exposure, with the island fast growing to become one of the key European centres for global corporate business and investment fund industry.”

Mr Nagy praised the expertise of service providers on the islands, saying “we have been lucky to work with some of the most professional lawyers, administrators, and banks I’ve met in my career.”

He also considered the role of the MFSA as pivotal in the setting up and scaling of the business, saying today, Dolfin Europe is “fully authorised by the MFSA, with complex operations, a diverse range of clients, and a team of over 15 people.”

In the wake of the global pandemic, Mr Nagy is confident more reputable companies will look to set up locally, “as big companies will be looking for talent globally and for options to set up smaller office hubs in innovative destinations, such as Malta. We are fortunate to be in position to both instigate and be part of this growth.”

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