Austen Morris Associates UK Property Seminar 14 March 2019

On the evening of Thursday 14 March, Austen Morris Associates was proud to host an informative UK Property Investment Seminar at our prestigious Shanghai offices in the China Overseas International Center.
Our partner for this event was API Global, specialists in UK Property Investments internationally.
On arrival and upon registration our guests for the event were guided to a private lounge area where they enjoyed a light buffet and selection of drinks. Following on, our guests headed to the conference Theater where Senior Partner, William Coppin introduced himself to our guests with a brief overview of AMA and our 25-year history, touching on the products and services we offer and how we can add value to our clients with regards to their personal savings and investment goals for the future.
The keynote speaker for the event was Frank Cartwright  Head of Asia Pacific for API Global, Frank delivered an informative presentation on current UK Property Investment opportunities, the main focus of the presentation was the Northern Powerhouse – Manchester, Liverpool & Birmingham.
The evening was a huge success, we look forward to hosting our next Seminar in April on the topic of Equities…where next?  To register for our April Seminar please email:

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