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Our 2024 Sponsors

For 29 years, the ASF Awards Night has built a remarkable legacy, thanks to the invaluable support of our partners from the stockbroking and finance communities. Your contributions are essential to the success of this event and to honoring the deserving firms and individuals within our industry.


We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our generous sponsors who continue to make this event extraordinary!

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silent Auction Sponsor

Silver Sponsors

Support us to make a difference

The ASF has raised and contributed almost $10 million to our charities. The ASF employs no people, its costs are minimal and is thus in a position to distribute the vast majority of contributions.


Directors and the organising committee are people working in and connected to the stockbroking industry.

The ASF Directors meet with each charity every year, and receive regular circulars as well as annual financial reports, but do not dictate how the donated funds should be spent. We believe the charities themselves are in the best position to determine this. We host an annual lunch for representatives of the charities, which has fostered beneficial cross-fertilisation between many and assisted some smaller organisations to negotiate roadblocks in the pursuit of government assistance. 
Since our creation, the ASF has donated over $3 million to the Matthew Talbot Hostel, which makes us the largest single supporter of this critical facility. For others, we are a vital part of their budget as they strive to stretch their funds between competing claims. We often receive correspondence directly from individuals and families who have benefitted from our assistance to a charity. 
The ASF receives many appeals for assistance every year from a wide range of worthwhile causes.

As we do not have an invested pool of funds from which we can distribute earnings, we can only utilise what is raised at each fundraising function.

As a policy, the Directors have determined that we should be meaningful to a relatively small number of charities rather than be insignificant to a larger number.

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