UCL School of Management

Paul Meadows

Guest Lecturer

Biography

Paul started his Investment Management career at Royal Insurance in 1983. Following completion of the Society of Investment Analysts Associateship, Paul joined the small team managing Royal’s in-house long term UK Equity portfolios. In 1990, following the lifting of exchange controls in Stockholm, he joined the Swedish insurer Trygg-Hansa’s London start-up operation to manage its UK Equity exposure.

In 1994 Paul moved into the Private Client arena, as part of the Investment Unit of Lloyds Private Banking & over a two year period diversified away from an exclusive analytical/Fund Management role to incorporate an extensive presentational package on the Bank’s investment strategy delivered ‘on the road’ to its network of offices around the country.

In 1996 Paul took the opportunity offered by the Bermuda-domiciled Bank of Butterfield to head up the global Equity research effort in London in support of the Bank’s (offshore) private client base.

While his freelance financial training commitments grew, Paul had a spell with an international high-risk security company analysing the operations of quoted Oil & Mining Corporates worldwide. In 2000 Paul moved into full time training with the in-house tailored training arm of Euromoney Institutional Investor, specialising in Fund Management, Equity Markets, Private Banking & Hedge Funds.

In 2004 he set up his own company, Chadley House Training Limited, structured to work with existing training providers in the market. The business has established local relationships with providers in Asia, Middle East & West Africa. Clients trained include Citigroup, Man Investments, Axa Investment Managers, Barclays Global Investors, Brevan Howard, Hoare & Co, Renaissance Capital, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Kuwait Investment Authority, Bank of China, Huarong Securities.

Paul is also a member of the London Stock Exchange Academy Training Team.

Paul teaches Investment Management on the MSc Management programme & Wealth Management on the MSc Finance programme