Fall of London monetary agency places golden visa holders in limbo (2)


The September 2 meeting above the Virgin Active gym opposite the Museum of London was loud and contentious, even for a creditors’ meeting of a bankrupt company.

Accountants winding up British wealth management firm Dolfin Financial found more than 50 of their wealthy, angry Chinese clients shouting and insulting them, many in Mandarin, said three people present at the meeting. Dolfin had obtained them “golden visas” for stays in the UK of around three and a half years in exchange for investment, in ways questioned by the Financial Conduct Authority. Fearing their visas might be revoked, they demanded documents…