Paul Clitheroe

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW

Paul Clitheroe is Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board.  The Board sets and implements the National Strategy for financial literacy. It has a particular focus on schools, universities and vocational education.  Paul established ipac securities in 1983. Ipac today manages $16 billion. Paul is an Executive Director.

He was host of 'Money' on Channel 9 for almost 10 years. His Talking Money segments run on radio stations all over Australia.

He is Chairman of Money Magazine and his book 'Making Money' has sold over 600,000 copies.

Paul is Chairman of the Australian String Quartet, the youth anti drink driving body RADD and is a board member of Philanthropy Australia and the University of Sydney Medical School. He holds the Chair of Financial Literacy at Macquarie University and is a Professor in the School of Business and Economics.

He was nominated as 'Most Outstanding Thought Leader' by the Financial Services Industry body FINSIA and was made a Life Member.

He was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia for services to the financial services industry and the community. 

 

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