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Background Information

Employment History

Nonexecutive Director

Majedie Investments PLC

Chairman of Trust

Aberforth Smaller Companies

Portfolio Manager



Emeritus Professor of Finance
London Business School

Emeritus Professor of Finance
The HGSC Index





Web References (192 Total References)

Majedie Investments PLC - Board of Directors [cached]

Professor Paul Marsh

Professor Paul Marsh BSc (Econ) PhD (58) *
Professor of Finance at London Business School and non-executive director of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust Plc and Hoare Govett Indices Limited.He joined LBS in 1974 and has held a number of posts including Faculty Dean, Deputy Principal and Associate Dean Finance Programmes.Past directorships include M&G Group PLC and M&G Investment Management Limited.He was appointed a director of Majedie in January 1999 and is a member of the Remuneration and Nomination Committees.
J William M Barlow BA (42) *
In 1991 he joined Skandia Asset Management Limited as a portfolio manager.He has been a non-executive director of Majedie Investment Trust Management Limited since 1996.He was appointed to the Board in July 1999.He was Managing Director of DnB Asset Management (UK) Limited until September 2004.

Paul Marsh, emeritus ... [cached]

Paul Marsh, emeritus professor of finance at London Business School

Natalie WinterFrost, CFA, Chairman of CFA UK, said: "Roger, Elizabeth, Chris and Paul lend particular expertise in the fields of culture, professionalism, market discipline and our understanding of investment returns.
Paul Marsh
Paul Marsh is emeritus professor of finance at London Business School and has been chair of the finance subject area, deputy principal, faculty dean, and an elected governor. Paul's main areas of expertise are longrun investment returns, global equity markets, smaller companies' investment, asset management and corporate finance.
Until recently, Paul was chairman of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust and he was previously a nonexecutive director of M&G Group plc and Majedie Investments plc. He has acted as a consultant to a wide range of financial institutions and companies. He was part of the team that designed the FTSE 100 Share Index, and, together with Elroy Dimson, designed the Numis Smaller Companies Index and London Business School's Risk Measurement Service.
He is co-author of the book Triumph of the Optimists on long run investment returns, and of the annual Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook.

Canada's CFO of the Year - About Canada's CFO of the Year Award [cached]

"The investing public - even highly educated people - are terribly financially illiterate," says Prof. Paul Marsh of the London Business School.

EICC Welcomes Back NAPF [cached]

Professor Paul Marsh, London Business School

‘Sin stocks’ still outperform, research reveals - Banking & Finance [cached]

In the 2015 Yearbook, the authors, Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh, and Mike Staunton of the London Business School, examine two issues: first, the long-run rise and fall of industries and the implications for investors; second, the rationale, costs and benefits of responsible investing.

In this article, Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh and Mike Staunton show that although successive waves of new technology have transformed the world, investors have not always been the main beneficiaries.
Paul Marsh, Emeritus Professor of Finance, London Business School, notes, however, that: "Momentum appears to be an even more effective industry rotation strategy.
Similarly, Dimson, Marsh and Staunton find that the best-performing industries since 1900 have been tobacco in the US and alcohol in the UK.

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