Shenzhen, China, May 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Warren Odey, Chief Executive Officer at Shenzhen based independent investment brokerage, PFM Trading, Inc., (www.PFMTrading.com), has announced that the company plans to attend the 2014 Mission Hills-St.Andrews Home to Home Charity Pro-Am Fundraising Event later this year.
Warren Odey said “PFM Trading chooses to partner with various organisations each year to raise funds for various charitable causes such as support to children’s, scholarship schemes, and other social upliftment initiatives as a part of our efforts to give back to our community.”
This year’s event, which will take place on August 21st, 2014 at the Mission Hills China Golf Club in Shenzhen is the second of its kind, a joint fundraising initiative launched by Mission Hills Group and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland to raise money for scholarships to an international educational programme that was inaugurated by the University of St Andrews and China's leading golf brand, Mission Hills China in 2013.
The 2013 event was a resounding success where funds were raised through the cost of entry dues for amateurs and an auction at the reception, with prizes donated by the University as well as an opportunity to play a four-ball with China's top ranked professional golfer Liang Wen Chong.
“At PFM Trading we take our corporate responsibility very seriously and we are looking forward to participating in an event that will ultimately contribute to a very commendable cause,” concluded Mr. Odey.
About PFM Trading, Inc.:
PFM Trading, Inc. is an independent investment and wealth management practice based in China, and staffed by consummate professionals with a verifiable track record of success in the global financial markets. As of 1 January 2013, PFM Trading managed over $3.5 billion of assets on behalf of esteemed clients around the world.
Here at PFM Trading, we enjoy an enviable reputation within the wealth management community. To others, the phrases “unique approach” and “due diligence” represent no more than marketing-speak but to us, they are a code: a code that is indelibly inscribed upon every part of our organization.