Dolfin appoints former Credit Suisse head to lead investment management

Newly created role

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Richard Gray of Dolfin

Wealth management platform Dolfin has hired Richard Gray as head of investment management.

  In the newly created role, Gray will head up the firm's investment team and bolster the platform's asset management proposition for both private and institutional clients. Gray joins Dolfin from ACPI, where he was co-head of institutional wealth management. Prior to that, he was head of the special situations team and co-head of the multi-asset group at Credit Suisse. He has also held roles at UBS and Threadneedle Investment Managers in utilities research and as a small and mid-cap portfolio manager respectively. Dolfin said Gray's experience and expertise should add "further ...

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