Paul Marshall Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Wace LLP, LSE, Political Views

Paul Marshall Biography

Paul Marshall is the chairman and chief investment officer of Marshall Wace LLP, the founding trustee of ARK, the chairman of ARK Schools, the chairman and trustee of the Education Policy Institute, the co-author of “Aiming Higher: a Better Future for England’s Schools,” the author of “Tackling Educational Inequality” (2007), and the editor of “The Tail: How England’s Schools Fail One Child in Five – and What Can Be Done.”


How old is Paul Marshall? – Age

He is 33 years old as of 9 July 2022. He was born in 1989 in Gorton, United Kingdom. His real name is Paul Anthony Marshall.

Paul Marshall Family – Education

Marshall is the son of Alan Marshall, managing director of the Philippine Refinery Corporation (later Unilever Philippines), and Mary Sylvia Clucas, T. S. Hanlin’s daughter. Penny Marshall, a journalist, is his sister. Marshall attended Merchant Taylors’ School in England until his parents relocated to the Philippines and subsequently South Africa for his father’s employment with Unilever.

While in school, he stayed at the Mansion of the Rose. He then went to St John’s College, Oxford, to study History and Modern Languages before earning an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.

Paul Marshall Wife

He has a wife named Sabina. His wife is French and operates an antique business on Chelsea’s King’s Road. Marshall is the father of Winston Marshall, a former member of Mumford & Sons, and musician Giovanna Marshall. Throughout the time of her marriage to Winston, he served as Dianna Agron’s father-in-law.

Paul Marshall Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.

Paul Marshall Wace LLP

Marshall Wace LLP, one of Europe’s major hedge fund organizations, is co-founded and chaired by him. Marshall and Ian Wace formed Marshall Wace in 1997. Marshall Wace was one of London’s earliest hedge funds at the time. The firm began with a $50 million investment, half of which came from George Soros.

Marshall Wace funds have received several financial honors, and the firm has established itself as one of the world’s premier managers of equities long/short strategies. Marshall Wace oversees $50 billion and recently[when?] created a Chinese office. Marshall Wace was founded after working for Mercury Asset Management, the fund management department of S. G. Warburg & Co. He is on the Hedge Fund Standards Board.

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Paul Marshall LSE

The Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship has been established by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) to increase the impact, efficacy, and attractiveness of private donations to the public good.

The Institute, founded by Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett and Paul Marshall, intends to collaborate with the world’s top minds to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges. It will provide information and coordination for activists, researchers, private people, foundations, companies, governmental authorities, and social entrepreneurs.

The Marshall Institute, established with the help of a £30 million grant from Paul Marshall, will provide the leading personalities in the industry, as well as future leaders, with the information they need to effectively use charitable financing and social endeavor. The Institute’s mission will be accomplished through four primary activities.

Paul Marshall Political Views

Marshall had been involved with the Liberal Democrats party in Britain for a very long time. In 1985, he worked as Charles Kennedy’s research assistant, and in 1987, he ran for Parliament for the SDP–Liberal Alliance in Fulham. He has appeared on shows about current events, like BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions.

Marshall and David Laws co-edited The Orange Book in 2004. Chapters were written by a number of upcoming Liberal Democrat politicians, including Nick Clegg, Chris Huhne, Vince Cable, Ed Davey, and Susan Kramer (though at the time neither Clegg nor Huhne nor Kramer was a member of parliament). “We were proud of the liberal philosophical heritage of our party,” Laws wrote when describing the pair’s goal of publishing The Orange Book. However, we both felt that this philosophical foundation was at risk of being overlooked in favor of nothing more than “a philosophy of good intentions, bobbing about unanchored in the muddled middle of British politics.” The book initially sparked controversy when it was first published, but the term “Orange Bookers”—a term used to describe those who are in favor of its outlook—continues to be frequently used to describe a subgroup of the Liberal Democrats’ political philosophy.

Marshall gave the Liberal Democrats £200,000 between 2002 and 2015. In 2015, he left the party because of its European Union policies and support for British membership. Marshall gave Michael Gove’s Conservative Party leadership campaign $3,250 in July 2016. Marshall provided UnHerd, a political news website, with funding in 2017.

Marshall gave the Conservative Party £500,000 in 2019. Marshall made an individual investment of £10 million in the political news and opinion channel GB News in the years 2020 and 2021. Marshall temporarily took over as chairman of the channel from Andrew Neil after Neil resigned in September 2021. Alan McCormick took Marshall’s place on April 25, 2022.