Central to the philosophy of Luminis Partners is the Luminis Foundation, grounded in the strong belief that business success sits hand-in-hand with active community involvement and enhancing the community around us.
A portion of the profits of Luminis Partners is directed to the Luminis Foundation for causes in the community focused on arts, education, health and welfare
In our inaugural year, the Luminis Foundation pledged $1m to the formation of a scholarship program at UNSW, this was soon followed by a second round of grants to the National Institute of Dramatic Art and the Thrive Refugee Enterprise.
A $300,000 grant by the Luminis Foundation intended, in part, to assist Indigenous creative professionals undertaking a Master of Fine Arts in Cultural Leadership at NIDA.
As the inaugural recipient of a six-year grant worth $300,000, Ms George (pictured) will undertake a Master of Fine Arts in cultural leadership at NIDA to forward the momentum of reconciliation.
The program, which will provide full tuition fees and a stipend, or salary, for the 16 month course, marks the official launch of the Luminis Foundation, the vehicle the bankers vowed to set up to support the arts, education, health and welfare.
Luminis Partners, through the Luminis Foundation, and AGSM@UNSW Business School will launch a $1m MBA scholarship program at UNSW.
Luminis Partners committed $1 million to a scholarship program at the UNSW Business School, which includes an international exchange at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
NIDA receives $300,000 over 6 years for Indigenous Fellowship in Cultural Leadership and graduate director’s studio.
Investment banking veteran Simon Mordant hopes his young firm's new scholarship program will set an example for the beleaguered financial services sector.