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Paul Myners was appointed a trustee for international children's charity Absolute Return for Kids (ARK) in the winter of 2010.
After a long career in investment and management Myners was appointed financial services secretary to the Treasury where he remained until early 2010. He was awarded a life peerage in 2008.
His previous work has included the role of chairman of the Low Pay Commission and chair of the trustees of Tate.
Paul has also been a teacher and a financial journalist in his time.
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