AMA Private Client Dinner Shanghai

Austen Morris Associates Senior Partner Jon Holand hosted another successful Private Client Dinner at The Place Shanghai on Wednesday, September 13th
The evening included a cocktail reception to welcome guests who could mingle amongst one another whilst taking in the view of Xuhui, Huangpu and beyond from the rooftop terrace of this unique and collaborative venue. Sipping on Undurraga Sparkling Wine and indulging in delights such as Vietnamese spring rolls, seared tuna and wasabi cream bites and much more, this set the stage for an enjoyable evening ahead.
Guests were ushered to the private dining room within The Place Shanghai – an intimate 30-seat contemporary space, with private open kitchen, which lends itself well to the discerning diner and is nestled in The Bridge 8 IV complex on Jumen Lu.
Once seated, Senior Partner Jon Holand welcomed those in attendance along with our partners Simon Murray from Hansard, Stephen Woodhall and Rod Guest of Marlborough International Fund Management. Dinner was a four-course degustation with dishes that included fresh scallop tartar to start, followed by a crisp green soup of spinach and asparagus. A choice of mains that included either 48 hour slow cooked Australian beef ribs or seared King fish filet were rounded out by dessert – a fresh, South-East Asian inspired mango, coconut ice cream with sticky rice and agar. All dishes were complimented with red and white wine pairings during the course of the evening.
The highlight of the evening was a brief, but engaging presentation from Stephen Woodhall and Rod Guest of Marlborough International Fund Management. Stephen, who had flown in from Dubai, talked about the importance of trust in the client/advisor relationship and Rod, who had flown in from the UK, talked about the importance of selecting the right fund manager.
Thank you to all of our Austen Morris Associates clients and guests that joined us for this informative and enjoyable evening.


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