Private Client Dinner at Light & Salt, Shanghai

On Wednesday 1st March, Austen Morris Associates Senior Partner Mr. Jon Holand and Senior Consultant Mr. Daryl Viojan hosted a private client dinner in association with our long-term partner, Hansard at ‘Light & Salt Rockbund’ in Shanghai.
The event gave us the chance to relax and enjoy an evening of great food and fine wines with our clients both old and new, covering a broad range of nationalities and professions. A true example of the diverse client base Austen Morris Associates has grown over the past 22 years in the industry.
The venue at ‘Light & Salt Rockbund’ did not disappoint our guests a enjoyed a ‘sparkling reception’ followed by a 5 course menu including, Fresh oysters, Foie gras, Australian grain fed tenderloin, and a selection of mouth watering desserts, with perfectly paired wines.
We at AMA are proud that there are many individuals like you that believe in our partnership. It is thanks to your support that we can continue to protect and develop your portfolios.
Austen Morris Associates is a globally respected and successful International Financial Planning and Wealth Management Company founded in 1994 with offices located in Asia and South Africa.
Invested together, always.

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