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Former Hay Hill boss McCall resurfaces at wealth platform
14/09/2018 , John Evans, International Editor

Nick McCall, who until recently was chief executive and a director of Hay Hill Wealth Management, the  London-based wealth management firm established by Nathalie Dauriac and chaired by Lord Stanley Fink, has joined Dolfin, a wealth management platform.
 
He has been appointed as head of wealth management in order to strengthen the Dolfin sales and trading capabilities, and lead an expanding team of private client relationship managers, the firm said. 
 
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 or its newly expanded office in Valletta.
 
Mr McCall commented: “Dolfin is now a well-established firm with forward momentum. Unlike many wealth managers with outdated systems and legacy thinking, Dolfin’s approach is truly nimble.” 
 
The banker has more than 30 years' experience in the financial services industry - most recently with Hay Hill, Falcon Private Wealth and Clariden Leu and, before that, senior roles at Credit Suisse and Merrill Lynch -  
 
Dolfin says that it now looks after more than $1.6 billion of client assets and handles around $650 million of brokerage flow every month.
 

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