The Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow's annual black-tie dinner took place on Friday 24 November.
The event, which was attended by more than 650 guests, was hosted by current president Malcolm McCutcheon.
Mr McCutcheon chose the Lowe Syndrome Trust as his nominated charity, with guests raising more than £8,000 on the night. The Lowe Syndrome Trust is a UK Charity formed in June 2000 to support families and funds medical research into Lowe Syndrome -- a genetic disorder that can occur with no family history.
For more information visit: www.lowetrust.com