Find out how Farringdon Group committed to supporting the community.

Sponsorship

SPONSORSHIP

Main Sponsor for the Voltage World Kickboxing Series

 

Farringdon Group were the main sponsor for the televised Muay Thai kickboxing event, held at Shah Alam’s Melawati Stadium. Over 4,000 people attended and 8 countries were represented throughout the evening. The audience witnessed eight full contact fights, with some of the world’s best Muay Thai athletes.

Farringdon Group treated some of its long standing clients to VIP treatment throughout the evening and everyone had an action packed entertaining evening.

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Farringdon Group sponsored the Orang Éire Gaelic Football team of Malaysia. 

 

Orang Éire is Malaysia's first Gaelic Football Club and takes its name from the Malay word for 'people' and the Irish word for 'Ireland'. The club is made up of “talented athletes” from Ireland, Malaysia, Australia, UK, Canada, the US and many other countries. The club was formed in March 2007 and currently has three men’s teams, three ladies teams, two kid's teams and most recently, a U15 girl’s development team.

Orang Éire had the honour of hosting the 2012 Asian Gaelic Games, and due to the success of the event they again held it in 2013, which is a huge step for the club. The event takes place over 3 days in October and sees over 900 athletes representing teams from all over Asia, Middle East and Australia traveling to compete. 

For further information about the club, please visit  http://www.malaysiagaa.com/

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New for 2015 was the KL International School Triathlon Series, Farringdon Group are proudly sponsoring this 4 part series alongside Compressport.

 

The first two events have seen over 600 children, aged Under 6 to Under 19, from 28 different schools in Malaysia, taking part in the Alice Smith and Nexus Putrajaya Triathlon. 

Next up is the Australian International School and Rafflesia School events. 

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Charities

SUPPORT OF LOCAL CHARITIES

Our chosen charity in Malaysia is Spot

 

PAWS (PAWS Animal Welfare Society) is a non-profit animal shelter in Petaling Jaya that has been in operation since 1987. We receive the surrender of unwanted dogs and cats which we will vaccinate, deworm, neuter/spay, and put up for adoption. Currently, there are over 250 dogs and 250 cats under the care of the shelter. The shelter and all costs involved in running it are entirely funded by the generous donations of the public as well as proceeds from charitable events.


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SPOT is a fundamental programme aimed towards producing informed individuals. Through knowledge, they will have a positive attitude towards reproductive health and social development. SPOT activities aims to address the current situation of increasing rates of underage sexual activities, underage pregnancies, unplanned pregnancies, unsafe abortions and abandoning babies among youths.


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Reach Out Malaysia.

 

Reach Out was formed in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in April, 2008. The organizations volunteers have established their unique vision to deliver this humanitarian need, incorporating its fundamental core principle, that volunteers of all races and religious partake in assisting those who at this time cannot assist themselves.

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Our chosen charity in Malaysia is Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation.

 

The Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation is committed to the welfare of children with Down Syndrome, its main focus being the education of these children up to 6 years old.

For more information about the Foundation,
please visit www.kdsf.org.my

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Our chosen charity in Russia is House of Hope.

 

House of Hope is a non-profit social organisation set up for assisting Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk orphans between 16 and 25 years of age, who have left the orphanages to work or study.

For more information about the organisation,
please visit www.houseofhoperussia.org


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Education Programme

FARRINGDON FINANCIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Farringdon is committed to running training seminars with local schools and universities.

 

Farringdon Malaysia ran a four week training program with Taylors University in Subang Jaya. Our Chief Analyst taught the four 1 hour classes which were attended by over 50 students.

 

The classes revolved around the following subjects:

  1. General Introduction To Investments
  2. Macroeconomic Principals behind Investment
  3. Principals of Portfolio Construction
  4. Investment Analysis

At the end of the program the students took part in a portfolio management contest. Each student was tasked to create a balanced portfolio based on $100,000.

The competition was won by Chong Pei Lin. She generated a return of 1.9% in 4 weeks.

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