Austen Morris Associates' Manila Office

Austen Morris Associates (AMA) expanded further into Southeast Asia in 2008 with the opening of our first office in the Philippines, which was located at the exclusive RCBC Plaza skyscraper in Manila. The office saw rapid success and moved to a new location in Fort Bonifacio, Manila in November 2015 to accommodate the rapidly expanding team.
As the main financial and lifestyle district in Metro Manila, Bonifacio Global City (or BGC) is an affluent hub that is home to retail spaces, hotels, towering apartment buildings, restaurants and globally-renowned multinational companies such as Google, Oracle, BSBC, JP Morgan, Coca Cola and more.
With a rich cultural and historical background, BGC is the national headquarters of the Philippine Army and has quickly gained a reputation as an international, trendy district in Manila.
The decision to grow AMA into the BGC district was strategic and done for two primary reasons. The first was to develop our business in one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and secondly to enable us to continue providing a high level of service to our clients in Southeast Asia and beyond.
With a staff of 15 who are headed by Martyn Davis, the office enables us to increase our global footprint and continue to provide expert wealth management and financial planning to our ever-growing client base.
If you’re looking to join a company that fosters valuable relationships with ongoing support and development, then AMA Manila is the perfect place for industry professionals to take the next step in a rewarding, long-term career.
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