Paul spent 25 years within the trading and research divisions of some of the leading Global Investment banks and has a strong knowledge of risk management as well as all asset classes from equities, derivatives and credit. He has broad experience on both the customer and principle sides of the industry. With senior roles at S. G. Warburg, Schroder, Citibank and HSBC he has a comprehensive understanding of the workings of the financial markets and has been called upon to provide detailed analysis and commentary on market conditions by many internal divisions and external clients over the years.
Paul's investment banking career has made him famous for being a safe pair of hands. Paul has been well known for a number of landmark deals including the launch of BT’s public share offering, which he priced, and he was responsible for the largest bought deal at the time by an investment bank when BAE sold five per cent of Orange in 1998. Paul's most senior role within Citibank was to create and manage the special situations investment team.
Paul presents his opinions on CNBC television and Bloomberg radio in feature interviews. He was a co-host for ShareRadio’s financial breakfast show for several years. Paul is asked to cover a wide range of topics in the financial news and the family office industry. Paul has also been asked to speak at Bloomberg conferences, and investment dinners.