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 sophistication" to the group's investment management approach, which will look to deliver "in-depth" qualitative and quantitative investment methodologies.
Gray commented: "I am excited to be joining Dolfin where I see a rare opportunity to harness the firm's qualitative analysis together with its quantitative technology to create a truly modern investment process.
"This distinctive blend of human expertise and digital agility means we can offer component-based, flexible investment products that are very closely aligned with clients' goals."
Denis Nagy, CEO of Dolfin, added: "Having built a world-class custody platform and independent trading desk, we are now bolstering our investment capabilities.
"Richard's breadth of experience across the gamut of market conditions, his pragmatic focus on offering compelling investment products, and his track record of leadership, make him highly valuable to our clients and I'm delighted to welcome him to the team."
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