Citywealth Shanghai Delhi club

Date: 28 Apr 2011


The Citywealth Shanghai Delhi Club, for UHNW in the Asian diaspora, held its quarterly event which was a Chinese New Year party at The Grange Hotel in St Pauls in their Sky Bar and Royal Suite on 22nd February 2011. The event introduced speaker Tony Matharu, one of the well known Matharu brothers who own fifteen of the Grange hotel properties and with many more developments planned in London. Matharu spoke about the Chinese Year of the Rabbit and welcomed guests to the hotel suite which has stunning views of St Pauls.

Matharu is Managing Director of Grange Hotels, where he is responsible for the design, building and management of their properties which range from “boutique” Townhouses to highly acclaimed five star new build landmark hotels like The Grange, St Pauls.

Matharu is a founder and Director of InHolborn, a business improvement district, sits on the boards of a number of organisations from independent commercial concerns to local authority boards, sports related bodies and various charitable trusts. These include as Chairman of IODR, a children’s emergency relief and development charity, as Chairman of the Lord’s Taverners (London) “giving young people, particularly those with special needs, a sporting chance”, as Vice President of the Head and Neck Cancer Research Trust, and Chairman of Vibrant City (The Corporation of the City of London). Matharu is active as Committee member and manager of a number of sports organisations, mostly related to cricket and hockey.

Guests included names such as George Jatania who is Honorary Chairman of the Shanghai Delhi Group, Tim Cartwright of Hawksford, a trust company based in Jersey, Channel Islands. DK Matai and his wife Surinder who have exciting plans a foot for a new enterprise networking site which was demonstrated on the night by DK on the plasma screen in the suite. Other guests included Nancy Dell’Ollio a former lawyer, now TV presenter and charity worker connected with high profile individual Sven-Goran Eriksen, football manager. Danny Jatania was also at the party talking about his new venture which will aggregate business services for SME’s and provide savings to them. Other guests included former hedge fund manager from Moore Capital, Muzaffar Khan; Adam Bawany of the Bawany family in Pakistan with a large cabling business and funding many other high profile Pakistan families in business and Alexander Amosu who made his fortune with ringtones but is now in the luxury embellishment and clothing business.

The evening, as with all the Citywealth evenings involved fun and frolics and some serious business networking and talk of philanthropy as revellers enjoyed the spectacular view of St Pauls from the Grange Hotels magnificent Royal Suite.
The next event is 24.05.2011.

Memberships cost £10,000 + vat a year to join for four events. Memberships restricted and only available subject to approval.
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Tel: 020 7224 9565

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