Stirling Larkin

Stirling Larkin is a dedicated Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) Wealth Advisor, passionate patron of the Arts and BioMedical research and is an active participant across Australian, regional and international philanthropic foundations.

He has maintained a Private Wealth Management focus for over 19 years through Trading (Market Making), Family Office Asset and Private Ancillary Fund Management, Wholesale Wealth Advisory and Expert Network positions in Australia, China and abroad.

Stirling has complemented this with Senior University Lecturing tenures internationally for over a decade and wrote a weekly column in the Weekend Australian newspaper for three and a half years discussing UHNW global thematics. He is currently the Global Investor columnist for The Australian Financial Review (AFR) newspaper.

He is currently Chair of the National Revenue & Brand Advisory Committee plus National Board Member of the National Heart Foundation of Australia and the Eureka Patron plus Board Member of the Art Gallery of Ballarat.

A former National, Oceania and World Ranked Freestyle Wrestling champion, receiving GPS Colours, a University of Sydney Blue and was also the founder of the Sydney University Wrestling Club (SUWC), which was established in collaboration with the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG).

Stirling has been an active member of Philanthropy Australia's New (Gen)eration of Giving programme; a group all under the age of 40, seeking to further Australia’s philanthropic footprint and is a proud patron of Melbourne Recital Centre's, "Amplify" programme, which enables rare opportunities for local musicians, composers and our community. Stirling is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD) and has also been fortunate to be able to incorporate his personal hobby of photography throughout the Group’s philanthropic initiatives -

Get in touch:

Australian Standfirst Guest, Dame Jane Goodall DBE & Stirling Discussing Conservation, Education, The Environment & Primatology At Australian Standfirst’s Infinity Black Digital Studio.

Bloomberg Hong Kong: Rishaad Salamat, Yvonne Man & Stirling Discussing 2019, The Year Of Transition.