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Paul Marsh is Emeritus Professor of Finance at London Business School.
Within London Business School he has been Chair of the Finance area, Deputy Principal, Faculty Dean, an elected Governor and Dean of the Finance Programmes, including the Masters in Finance.
He has advised on several public enquiries; is currently Chairman of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust; was previously a non-executive director of M&G Group and Majedie Investments; and has acted as a consultant to a wide range of financial institutions and companies.
Dr Marsh has published articles in Journal of Business, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Portfolio Management, Harvard Business Review, and other journals.
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Canada's CFO of the Year - About Canada's CFO of the Year Award
"The investing public - even highly educated people - are terribly financially illiterate," says Prof. Paul Marsh of the London Business School.
EICC Welcomes Back NAPF
Professor Paul Marsh, London Business School
â€˜Sin stocksâ€™ still outperform, research reveals - Banking & Finance
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.
Money in The Woking Local
CFA UK said the four new fellows are: Railways Pension Trustee Company chief executive Chris Hitchen, Towers Watson global head of investment content Roger Urwin, London Business School emeritus professor of finance Paul Marsh and Allianz Global ...