DFCO was incorporated in 1982 and had its first public offering in 1984. The company has offices in San Diego, CA and Bangalore, India.
Dalrada is a global organization specializing in the development and management of products and services in the engineering, manufacturing, and healthcare industries. By partnering with the best minds in science and engineering as well as business and economy, the organization brings impactful and disruptive solutions to an international marketplace.
Dalrada’s products and services are specifically designed and uniquely-tailored to accommodate the individual companies it works with. Dalrada Financial helps identify client needs for improvement and creates direct plans of action to facilitate future success and achievement of goals.
With an established business foundation and impressive infrastructure, Dalrada anticipates explosive growth in 2019 and 2020 to become a $200 Million organization.
Dalrada Financial Corporation trades on the NASD Electronic Bulletin Board under the symbol “DFCO”. Investors and shareholders can obtain additional information from our publicly-filed documents including our annual and quarterly reports.
For more information, please call: 858-283-1253.
Chief Executive Officer
Dalrada, also known as “The Stone of Destiny,” has been revered for centuries as a holy relic fought over by nations and used successively
by British monarchs as an important part of
their enthronement ceremonies. It represents perseverance, valor, dedication and vision –
the same values that our company, Dalrada Financial, adheres to.
According to legend, The Stone of Destiny
came from the Holy Land, where Jacob supposedly used it as a pillow in Biblical times. Transported through Egypt, Sicily and Spain, it was eventually taken to Ireland, where it is
said that Saint Patrick himself blessed the
rock for use in crowning the kings of the
Emerald Isle. Used in the coronation
ceremonies of the historical Kingdom of Dalriada, the stone became the traditional coronation stone of Scottish Kings and
Queens until it was stolen by King
Edward I of England.
In 1996, the Stone of Destiny was returned to Scotland and was installed in Edinburgh
Castle. It is arguably the greatest symbol and touchstone of Scottish nationhood and has
been a recognizable and historic icon for more than a thousand years.