Paul Myners

Paul Myners

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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Lord Paul Myners

Lord Paul Myners, one of the UK’s best known businessmen and an experienced trustee, sets out the key principles of charity investment.

Lord Paul Myners

Charities should steer clear of employing too many fund managers, Lord Paul Myners told an audience of charity finance professionals at this year's Charity Investment Forum yesterday.

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